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NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART
The Class of 1963 dedicate
to our parents, in gratitude
for the love and sacrifice that has
for the guiding zvisdorn that has
for the silent example that has
our sea rch fo r tnie freedom.
Mother Husson, President.
Reverend Mother Heuisler.
'THE HEART TO CONCEIVE.
THE AD MINIS TRA TION
Mother Quinlan, Dean of Studies.
. . . AND
Mother Santen, Dean of Admissions, witli K. Mahon, J. McCloskey, P. McWilliams and
Miss Joan Norton, Registrar, with
C. Koeckley and D. Conley.
THE HAND TO EXECUTE.
Mother Sweeney, Treasurer.
"WE HAVE NOT REAL-
LY BUDGED A STEP
UNTIL WE TAKE UP
RESIDENCE IN SOME-
ONE ELSE'S POINT OF
"MY BOOK AND HEART MUST
Madame de LaCoste, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Philosophy.
Dr. Higgins of the Theology
AND LET US
Mr. Curran of the Philosophy Department,
with Nancy Waeber '63 and Marjorie
Reiley '63, Co-chairmen of the Philosophy
••IT'S THE GOSPEL
Dr. FitzGibbon, Professor of Philosophy, waits to be convinced by Jo Egan '63 and
Donna Shea '64.
Mr. CoUura, Instructor in Theology.
■'FALLYNGE DOWNE, DISPAIRE NOT."
Mother White of the Enghsh department discusses senior
essays with Fran Sullivan, Rosario Drew, Carol Singleton
and Susan Frisbee.
SOME SAID, 'JOHN, PRINT IT, ' OTHERS SAID, NOT SO!' SOME SAID TT MIGHT DO
GOOD,' OTHERS SAID, NO!'"
The editors of Wheat and Cockle: P. Hitchins, C. Dolan, M. Burns, L. Burke, R. Drew, A.
McCracken and M. Tobin (editor-in-chief and head ofLiterary Club). Missing; R. Craddock,
'THEN TO THE WELL TROD STAGE, ANON."
Above, Michael Curtin and Don-
na Caldwell in two scenes from
Thornton Wilder's The Match-
maker. Right, Mr. Frank Dolan,
Director, with officers of the Dra-
matic Club: K. O'Riley, (Presi-
dent), F. Boxmann, G. Friedman
and M. Buder.
WINNIE THE POOH
dramatized and directed by
Chris Robin /. Bogert
Pooh K. Morley
Piglet A. Haigney
Eeyore M. A. Kane
Rabbit 5. Tenner
Owl F. Boxmann
Sets G. Friedmann
Publicity C. Capobianco
"SPEAK THE SPEECH, I PRAY YOU,
AS I PRONOUNCED IT TO YOU TRIPPINGLY ON THE TONGUE.
^^^^ Kathleen O'Riley directs a ven-
^^^^m tiirp intn PnnVilanrI
"MUSIC I HEARD WITH YOU WAS MORE THAN MUSIC"
Glee Club Christmas concert, 1962, in the new chapel with Mr. Marier, the
director. From the left are Cory Oskins, treasurer, and Kandy Shuman, presi-
dent of the club.
Mother Cohalan, Moderator of the Glee Club
The Glee Club sings at the reception for Reverend
Mother Barry in the chapel hall.
Rabbi Nehimiah Mark welcomes a question from C. A. Capoblanco
'63, President of the Art Club, following his lecture in the Alumnae
Lounge. With them are M.J. McCarthy '66, E. Fu '66, M. Tobin
THEY MAKE THE JVE WS
Mr. Veres, Mother Putnam and Mr. Marcus of the Art Department
admire some of Mr. Mark's wood sculptures.
Mr. Sanroma plays a
private encore for Miss
Nathan, S. Huyot '65, M.
Huyot '65, M. Curtin '66,
M. Goldcamp '65, and P.
"885" editors in the com-
room: M. E. Palenchar
( Editor-in-Chief 1963 ),
M. L. Rotoli '63 (Business
Manager), P. Noonan '65
( Circulation Manager), A.
McCracken '63 (Editor-in-
Chief 1962), C. Testa '63
(Photography Editor), M.
Tobin '63 (Managing Ed-
EVERYONE READS "885"
WE PRINT IT.
The staff, seated: P. Hitchins '63, M. Flynn '63, P. Bogosian '64, M. A.
McGeough '63, K. Mulvey '63, C. Koechley '63; standing: M. Cloney
'64, R. Drew '63 C. Dolan '64, S. Lawlor '64, M. L. Cunningham '64.
■'BEAUTY' IS BOUGHT
OF THE EYE. "
Mr. Tomei De Paola of the Art Department with
Catherine Arapoff '63
Ann McCabe '63
"DO YOU THINK
A T YOUR AGE
IT IS RIGHT?"
"DRAWING A THOUSAND
COLORS FROM THE
OPPOSITE SUN. "
Evelyn Fu '66
Charter members at the Inauguration of the Newton Chapter
of Phi Alpha Theta, the National Honor Society in History:
Susan Mangan '63; Colette Koechley '63; Harriet Friday
'63; Julie Fenlon '63; Mother McMuUen; Maria Ceres '63;
Mother Quinlan; Sally Burton '63; Professor W. Metz of the
University of Rhode Island, installing officer, Valerie McMa-
hon '62; Dr. Tibor Kerekes; Dr. Gleiman; Mr. Conway.
( Missing: Kathleen McHale '63; Kathleen O'Rdey '63; Mau-
reen Meehan '63; Mary Anne Brennan '62; Barbara Fortu-
nate '62; Maureen Slattery '62.)
WITH ALL HER VAST VOLUMES
HATH BUT ONE PA GE. "
Mother McMullen of the History and PoHtical Science
Departments, discusses International Relations with Liz
"THE LAW. IT HAS HONORED US:
MAY WE HONOR IT'
•WHO MIXED REASON
WITH PLEASURE, AND
^ WISDOM WITH MIRTH. "
Dr. Gleiman, Professor of History and Political Science with Maria Ceres '63, Mary Lou
Rotoll '63 and Marilyn Kuhn '63.
Dr. McGovem, Associate Professor of His-
tory explores the intricacies of the cultural
traditions of the Orient for students of Far
"THE HISTORIAN MUST HAVE SOME
CONCEPTION OF HOW MEN WHO ARE
NOT HISTORIANS BEHA VE. "
"FACTS ARE STUBBORN
Mr. Conway of the
Economics and History
Depts. and Ann Gallag-
Dr. Kerekes, Professor of History gives amiable warning to Julie Fenlon '63.
"MY METHOD IS TO TAKE THE
UTMOST TROUBLE TO FIND OUT
THE RIGHT THING TO SA Y, AND
THEN TO SAY IT WITH THE UT-
MOST LEVITY. "
Newton's indefatigable N.S.A. delegates: Janet Regan '64, and Clare McMahon
"BEWARE OF RASHNESS,
BUT WITH ENERGY AND
SLEEPLESS VIGILANCE GO
FORWARD AND GIVE US
Young Democrats: J. Schoemer '64, Sec; N. LaSalle '63; J. DeMarco '63, Pres.; M. Craig-
in '63, Treas.; C. McMahon '63.
Young Americans For Freedom, behind: M.
Dwyer '66; N. Mangan '65, Co-chairman;
SJ in front: S. Mangan '63, Chairman; K.
^ Kearney '63; R. Barsa '65, Sec.
AND FOREIGN POLICY'
International Relations Club: J. Crofoot '64, Vice-Pres.; J.
Fenlon '63, Sec; H. Friday '63, Pres.; M. Lambert '63, Treas.
Young Republicans prepare The Dispatch, their official voice on campus. M. Finegan '63, Treas.; J. Brill
'63, 2nd Vice-Pres.; M. Devine '63, 1st Vice-Pres.; R. Lobes '64, Pres.; H. Herbert '64, Corresponding Sec;
M. J. Becherer '63, Recording Sec; P. Bogosian '64, Editor.
Mother Gorman, Professor of Psychology, with Rosemary Lobes '64, PhyUis Kearney '65, and Jane Lenzini
"WE KNOW YOU
Dr. Von Nemethy, Professor of Sociology and Economics, with Betty Farrell '65.
Dr. Marsh, Professor of Education, with Education majors Ann McCabe '63 and Eileen
Delia Mannix '63 and Susie Keane '63, President and
Vice-President of the Psychology Club
'THE PROPER STUDY
Debate Club Topic for 1963: That all non-
Communist countries should form an eco-
nomic community. Janet Regan '64, Vice-
Pres. Connie Lopez '66; Maggie Burns
^ Dr. Wysocki of the Psychology
Mr. Lyons, Instructor in Psychology and
Sociology, with Meg Finegan '64, Brenda
Corcoran '64, Miss O'Leary, R.N. '63, and
Karen Mulvey '63
Dr. Moravec, Assistant Profes-
sor of Sociology
Gisella de Conceicao of Macao (Portuguese), Evelyn Fu of Taiwan, Lana Yung
of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Nicole Hatoun of Cairo, Egypt.
"ALL NA TIONS AND KLNDREDS
Mrs. Kovaltchouk-Kean, Assistant Professor
After class Dr. Zephir, Professor of French
discusses prospective activities of Le Cercle
Francais with Norma Acosta '63, Pres.,
and Arolyn Garnell '64.
Latin America poses more than a linguistic
problem for Mr. Godfrey and his 8:00 A.M.
seminar in Latin American history. Present
are M. Mahoney '63, J. Birdsall '63, and P.
Mr. Carello of the French and
Mother Torres shows Diane Doran
'64 how to operate the new language
Mme. Courtois with her students in the lab: L.
MiUer '65, J. Beck '66, E. Quirk '65, J. Litchman
"COME m PARIS.
Dr. Naves of the Chemistry Dept. with three scientists: Joan Engel '63,
Martha Healey '63 and Wilma Sullivan '63.
Mr. Schwartz, Lecturer in Math-
Mr. Brady, Assistant Professor
Mrs. Frawley and Mrs. O'Brien of the Biology Dept. watch what happens when
A. Bidden '63, M. Healey '63, Sec. of Science Club and B. Martin '63, Pres. of
Science Club, don the spectacles of science.
Anne Staples '64
Mrs. Loud, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, turns to reassure P. Bogosian '64, Sec. of Chem-
istry Club, J. Brill '63, Pres. of Chemistry Club, and M J. Becherer '63.
A PLAN. "
J. McCluskey '66 and K. Bros-
S. Kelley '64 and K. McCarty
K. Lally '66 and C. McLellan
TO BE QUIET."
"CHILD, DO NOT THROW THE BOOK ABOUT
REFRAIN FROM THE UNHOLY PLEASURE
OF CUTTING ALL THE PICTURES OUT
PRESERVE IT AS YOUR CHIEFEST TREASURE. "
Pat Maloney, Assistant in the library
Joan Kenary '65
SOCIOLOGY & ECO'
"THERE WAS A LITTLE MAN AND HE
HAD A LITTLE SOUL AND HE SAID-
'UTTLESOUL, LET US TRY, TRY, TRY''"
Mother Coleman, Librarian
"WHY ARE WE SO FOND OF
TOIL AND CAREP"
Judy Mullen '66 and
Sheila Sullivan '65
Student Education Committee
M. A. McGeough Chairman
N. Acosta ( French) R. Drew (English)
M. L. Rotoli(PoliSc)
J. Dana (Economics)
J. Graham (Art)
J. Wienk (Mod. Langs)
P. Noonan (Soph Rep)
N. Waeber (Psychology)
K. Wilson (Junior Rep)
THE ART AND SCIENCE OF HARMONY
Miss Anne McNamara of the English Department
"For life is not a paragraph
And death, I think, is no parenthesis!'
'WE HAVE BEEN
AND IN SHADE"
'THE ART OF BUILDING OR ARCHITECTURE, IS THE
OF ALL THE ARTS THAT LIE OUTSIDE
Mr. di Biccari puts finishing touches on the statue of the Sacred
^r M m'\
A routine check on the chapel— Sharon
Leahy and Susan Frisbee.
Mother Whalen and Carleen Testa review the plans.
AND IN THE END, ALL UNITE. "
Richard Cardinal Gushing offers Mass at the dedication of the
Chapel of the Holy Trinity.
"NOT WALLS, BUT SUBJECTS' LOVE,
DO TO A PRLNCE THE STRONGEST CASTLE PROVE. "
Council of the Children of
Mary: Susan Vinnicombe,
Marjorie Reiley, Pres., Susan
Bell, Peggy Reiss
"INVINCIBLE TRUST IN THE LOVE WHICH DIRECTS THE
DIVINE WILL IN EVERY DETAIL OF MY DAILY LIFE. "
(from the Children of Mary Handbook)
After the December retreat, Children of Mary receive their medal from Father McCall:
Margie Dever, Molly Clancy, Anne Donahue, Chiyoko Aikawa, Alice McDowell, Inez
DeKoning, Eileen McCarthy, Sue Bellanca, Regina McDonnell.
Mission Club: Carol Odenbach, Junior Rep.,
Mary Alma Bogert '63, Pres.
Liturgical Choir: Beth Tierney '63, Pres., with Fran
Sullivan '63, Librarian, and Mary Jo Oulette '63,
Catholic Action: Regina McDonnell '64, Sec; Eileen O'Reilly '63, Pres; Flix Boxmann '65,
Treas.; Linda Farrell '63, Vice-Pres.
^ * * *
Miss Virginia Durkin, Assistant Treasurer, with T. O'Conner,
S. Sullivan, L. Miller, L. Doran
Mother Cunningham and J. Kilbournn
help students in the College Shop.
"LOVE AND A COUGH
BE HID. "
Miss Carol Flynn, R.N., K. Stouter, Miss Patty O'Leary, R.N. and Miss Linda
AND ALL LS WELL
BIBLES BILLETS-DOUX. "
Mr. Quinn takes a moment out to explain their disappearance to Mr. Stevens and Mr.
Spellman, steward, after the noon rush.
"PLEASURE AND ACTION
Karen Mulvey '63 with Bill Millett in the Snack Bar
MAKE THE HOURS
Mrs. Reeves, at the
'64 and Rita Garbarini
'64 check for latest news
on the twenty- four hour
ac <?& oc oo oo eo oo oc oc ©c e^l't
Barbara Mozino '63.
"I'M GOING TO SIT RIGHT
DOWN AND WHITE MY-
SELF A LETTER"
p. Sullivan 64 and M. J. Larkin '64 at the
front door of Stuart
"I HAVE WALKED
OVER THESE ROADS.'
WITH LA WJVS ENCLOSING IT, '
OF THE NIGHT. "
House Council: M. deNavarre (behind), P.J. Mikita, P. Cox, C. Donahoe, A. Murray, S. Weiss,
Mrs. Gilman, House Mother, B. Scully, M. Roughan, P. Ryan, C. McLaughlin.
M. Finegan, B. Tierney, M. Clancy, A. Bidden, A. Fletcher.
KILL A CAT
AND GROW FAT"
w''^v-»: .■ Aft p . ' • . -c _ I - * ~«zrr^ . T
D. Cockerill '66, P. Ryan '66, S. Rosenthal '65, E. Scully '66 and J. Violick '65
"CHRISTMAS IS A
Mrs. Gillman and Mother Wheeler join the fiin.
Seniors S. Costigan, S. Moynahan, A. L. Kenedy, S. Vinnecombe and M. Lambert
take a break in the Gushing kitchen.
'',«'^)'j Hardey House Council. S Burton '63, S. Roy '64, J. Stone '66, C Delaney '64,
i-^'/ !', ,* J. Bush '65, M. Reed '63, Head of the House: C. Koechlcy '63 and C. Donovan
, *• , • ii. If , .- <f >
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, 7 « ''."Kathy McHale, President of Student Body, at work in Hardey , . .^^
* - Basement. y,,* . ,' I
Claudette Delaney '64 plays
her guitar in the Hardey
Lounge for P. Bergen '66, M.
L Kelly '66, M. Morgan '64,
S. Griscom '65, standing; K.
Corbett'66, M. Stokes '64, R.
Jaros '64, J. Stone '66, M. P.
■■WREA THED IN A SMILE. '
^ Louise Majewski '64
L. Sullivan '63 with Debbie of Hardey,
assisted by M. Reed, head of the house,
entertain Mother White and Mrs. Ward
• at the Christmas party.
Interest Committee: A. Gallag-
her '63, Pres.; J. Graham '63,
S. Lawlor '64, D. Daly '63.
"ON YOUR MARK:
GETSET. . .
K. Withers '64, M. E. Conway ^
AND AWAY WE GO. .
Mary Flynn '63 and Carolyn Mclner-
N. Mangan '65, L. Doran '65, P. Slattery '65,
and C. Rack '65
A. M. De Nisco '64, M. Fredericks '64,
V. Walter '64, J. Nolan '64, C. Dolan
'64, and S. Driscoll '64
Carolyn Rack in the Duchesne East Stiidy Smoker
"7 CAN'T EXPLAIN myself; SAID
ALICE, 'BECAUSE I'M NOT MYSELE
Duchesne East, House Council: M. Meehan, J. Egan, C. McMahon, C. Sorace, K. O'Shea,
C. Testa, M. A. McGeough, K. Kinnealey.
House Mothers: Miss Jenkins, West; Mrs.
Duchesne West, House Council: J. Regan, T. Alddclen, Al. J. Collins, K. Burg ( at piano),
K. Nugent, B. Coletti, S. Smith, B. Nesbitt.
THE TWAIN DO MEET.
( Helen Herbert)
"WHEN IN DOUBT WIN
THE TRICK. "
Mlmi Haiskell, Celeste
Burrows, Claire Biggam
and Mary Connate n
■■DREAMS, BOOKS, ARh EACH A WORLD.
M argot White and
••BEWARE OF ALL ENTERPRISE
THA T REQ_ UIRES NE W CL THES "
.... STUART THREE.
Mary Hannaberry, Sue Norton
and Charlene Palladino
Stuart House Council: K.
Kearney '63, D. Zugger '64,
M. ThUman '65, and R. Haus-
'WHEN I WAS ONE AND TWENTY.
B. Wolfe '66, Margot White '63 and
Indoors is J. Magri '63, outdoors are M. Kuhn '63 and
S. Leahy '63.
"I HEAR THE LITTLE
CHILDREN OF THE WIND.
Reverend Mother Heuisler and the Community hsten to the Christmas carollers.
"0 FOR A BOOK
AND A SHADY NOOK,
EITHER INDOORS OR OUT. '
Mr. Michael OM alley. Caretaker.
ft -t^,'- ' '
At the reception on February 4th, Reverend Mother Barry accepts
flowers from Kate Nugent.
REVEREND MOTHER BARRY PA YS US A VISIT
After Father Roy's blessing, the Seniors cap their Sophomore sisters.
Sophomore class officers: K. Kinneale. Pres.; S. Beardon, Sec; A. Murray, Vice-Pres.; P. Madden, Treas.
Social Committee: M. Huyot '65, C. Donahue '64, S. Power '64, K. Maroney '63, K. Nugent '63,
Chairman; S. Roy '64, P. Cox '64, M. A. Pasquale '66, S. Rosenthal '65
'THEY GA VE HOSPITABLE ENTERTAINMENT
Marie Christine de Lacoste with Miss Dirkin at
Mother Husson's tea
AND WISE INSTRUCTION. "
And. . . Pat Mahon '66, M. Crowley '65, K. O'Shea '63, S. Beardon '65, D. Cockerill '66, C. Mclnerney
'63, S. Leahy '63.
|\| "H '*«. ^*
Linda Black and Ann Marie Sweeney with their escorts
SOPHOMORE CHRISTMAS PARTY:
Rinda Hauserman '63 and fiance Lou Burleigh
Sue Gehrke and Teresita Dussaq
and their dates
The Newtones harmonize: J. Graham, H. Dower, S. Bellanca, K. O'Shea, C. Wilson, D. Zugger, S. Sulli-
van, C. Delaney, M. Crowley, S. Smith, J. MuUowney, and A. Coughlin ( director ).
WILL YOU JOIN THE DANCE?"
Sally Rosenthal and Sue Beardon who together
organized the dance.
Judy Brill '63, Mr. Brill, Mr. Becherer and Mrs. Loud of the Chemistry Department watch Sandy
( '73? ) as she has a try at the pH metre.
The Farrells: Linda '63, Betty '65, and Connie '66 with Mr. Farrell.
Carol Donovan '63, President of the
Senior Class, after receiving the Fathers'
Club Award, with Mr. Calvin, President
of the Fathers' Club, Mr. Healey, Head
of the Awards Committee and Mayor
Gibbs of Newton.
"IT'S THE LAND OF
THOSE SOU THERN Q UEENS
Sally Reuter, chairman of the Junior Weekend Committee
with some of her helpers, Carolyn Davis, Kathy Wilson,
Karen Murphy, and Peggy Cox
Lucille Fortin '66 and Beth Gundlach '66 pause
at the corner of Basin Street.
'WAY DOWN YONDER
IN NEW ORLEANS.
Sue Madden '64 and Katy Howells '65
"WON'T YOU GIVE YOURLADY' FAIR
A UTTLE SMILE?"
(Nancy Mangan '65 is the lady fair.)
YOU BET YOUR
Jane Mullowney '65, Mary Goldkamp '65 and Ginny McB ride '64
wait for Harry Marchard to return.
C. Testa '63, S. Costigan, C.
Donovan '63, S. Moynahan
'63, S. Mahoney '63, and A.
McCracken '63 arrive with
their escorts at Le Bal Masque.
A LITTLE WHILE"
Junior class officers: Sheila Lawlor, Vice-Pres.; Rosemarie
Van Eyck, Sec; Mary King, Pres.; Jane Bangs, Treas.
THINK IT dUEER.
Alma Fortin '63 rides Jato, the senior mascot at the Senior - Sophomore Home-
"KEEPING TIME, TIME, TIME
IN A SORT OF RUNIC RHYME. .
L Miller, C. Rack, C. Cartnik, T. O'Connor cheer
on the Sophomores.
Miss Bell, Director of Phy-
sical Education, and the
Varsity team before the
game: L. Brown '65, S.
Burton '63, Captain; J.
Weink '65, M. Egan '65.
Athletic Association: M. Stokes '64, Vice-Pres.; L. Mason '65,
Treas.; A. Fortin '63, Pres.; S. Thaxter '65, Sec.
L. Boyle '64, D. Conley '63, and C. Delaney '64 watch
Brandeis miss a basket.
'WE KNOW WHAT WE ARE
Kathy Steinback '66, Joyce La Fazia '66 and Sally Albergotti '66.
Jo '66 and Mary Alma Bogert '63.
BUT NOT WHAT WE MAY BE. "
Maria Christina Frias '66, Lica, and Eileen O'Connor '64.
Freshman Class Officers: Joyce Beck, Pres., Terry
Ancona, Treas., Dina Cockerill, Sec. and AnnHaig-
Bonnie Bortle '66 with her parents.
Reverend Mother addresses the student body at the Christmas Dinner; with
her are Mother Husson, C. Donovan, K. McHale, and A. CoughUn.
"THERE ARE TWO WAYS OF SPREADING LIGHT-
TO BE THE CANDLE.
.OR THE MIRROR THAT
Senior caroling: S. Frisbee,M.P.(,()nn()i,S. Mdhonev , A. l-oiun, K. Sluiman,
J. Graham, D. Mannix, M. Kane, J. Dana.
"THOU HAST NO SORROW IN THY SONG
Senior Class Officers: Treas., J. Huff, Vice
Pres., F. Hesterberg, Pres., C. Donovan, Sec,
NO WINTER IN THY YEAR
After receiving the Citation for the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, Mother Kenney addresses
the audience at the Convocation.
Faculty members listen to Mother Quinlan reading the Citation.
At the reception in Barat, Mr. Frank Sheed,
guest speaker at the Convocation, shares a
lighter moment with Susan Mangan '63.
Carolyn Davis and Kathy Wilson precede Bishop
Eric F. MacKenzie in the academic procession to
THE COLLEGE HONORS MOTHER
ELEANOR S. KENNEY, PRESIDENT OF
NEWTON FROM ITS FOUNDING IN
1946 UNTIL 1956, WITH THE DEGREE
OF DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS
'THE MOMENT HAS COME
The Schrafft estate 1945
~_~ "^L^ -^ ^ ^
s„- ■ • «g'
,. ■ -f n
Bishop John J. McEleney S.J.,
Bishop Richard Gushing, and
Reverend Mother Kenney listen
as a young Massachusetts Con-
gressman addresses the gradu-
ating class of 1952.
ON WHAT HAS BEEN
from the Citation. -
The old Hardey — December 1958
Groundbreaking for Duchesne, February 1957
The Chapel of the Most Blessed Trinity, December 1961
KATHLEEN ANNE McHALE
PRESIDENT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT
CAROL PATRICIA DONOVAN E. de M.
VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT
KATHARINE COYLE NUGENT E. de M.
HEAD OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE
JUDITH CLAIRE ALBERS
NORMA del CARMEN ACOSTA
ELIZABETH ANNE BEASLEY
CATHERINE TOLSTOY ARAPOFF
SUSAN MARY BEU., E. de M.
MARY JANE B EC MERER, E. de M.
MARY ALMA BOGERT
JEAN CATHERINE ANNE BIRDSALL
JUDITH DOROTHY BRHL
PENNY ANNE BRENNAN, E. de M.
MARGARET FARSON BURNS
MARY ANNE BURKE
SUSAN JANE CALLAHAN
MARADEL GEUTLNG BURTON, E. de M.
MARIA CECELIA CERES
CAROL ANN CAPOBIANCO, E. de M.
MIRIAM AIICIA CIANCY, E. de M.
DELIA ANN CONLEY
MARY ANN COLE, E. de M.
MARY ELIZABETH CONNELLY
MARY CATHERINE CONLEY
MOTHER PAULINE CORMIER, R.C.E.
MARY PEIRCE CONNER, E. de M.
ALICE ELIZABETH COUGHLIN
SUSAN PAULA COSTIGAN
KATHLEEN MARIE CROFTON
MARIE ANNE CRAIGIN
MAHV JILL DANA
DOROTHY FLAVIA DALY, E. de M.
MARJORIE ANN DEVER, E. de M.
JUDITH ANN DeMARCO
ANN CLARE BIDDEN
MARGARET ANNE DEVINE, E. de M.
MARY ANN DRONEY
ROSARIO AGATHA DREW
JOAN SUSAN ENGEL
JOSEPHINE BECKLEY EGAN
JULIET ODINE FENLON, E. de M.
LINDA AJVN FARRELL
AJVNE RICHARDS FLETCHER
MARGARET MARY FINEGAN, E. de M.
MARY JANE FLYNN
CAROL ANN FLYNN, RN
HARRIET SMITH FRIDAY
ALMA I FORTIN
ANNE FRANCES GALLAGHER
SUSAN MacDOWELL FRLSBEE
SUZANNE MONIQUE GAUTHIER
5-^^.. jr m
STEPHANIE JOHANNA HAMBERGER, E. de M.
MARY JANE GRAHAM
MARTHA ELLEN HEALEY, E. de M.
RIND A KENNY HAUSERMAN
PAMELA CLARE MARIE HITCHINS
FRANCES LA U RAN HESTERBERG, E. de M.
JANIE ELIZABETH IGOE
JUDITH MARIE HUFF
MAUREEN FRANCES KANE
KATHLEEN THERESE KEARNEY
MARY SUSAN KEANE
ANNIE LAURIE KENEDY, E. de M.
MARION ELLEN KELLY
MARILYN ELINOR KUHN
COLETTE ANN KOECHLEY, E. de M.
MAUREEN FLORENCE LAMBERT
MOTHER CLAIRE LeBLANC, R. C.E.
MARY SHARON LEAHY
SUSAN BURRELL McAULIFFE
LEONA PENELOPE LONG
SUZANNE CELESTE McCLOSKEY
MAURA JANE McCARTHY
MOTHER MARYGRACE McCULLOUGH, R.C.E.
KATHRYN ANNE McCRACKEN, E. de M.
CAROLYN F. McINERNEY, E. de M.
MARY ANN McGEOUGH, E. de M.
Wiff>i r iirirt'urttlfc.
ELIZABETH ANN MADDEN
CLARE PHILIPPINE DUCHESNE McMAHON
MARCIA ELIZABETH MAHONEY
LARAINE JANICE MAGRI
SUSAN MARY MAJVGAN
SHEILA ANNE MAHONY, E. de M.
MAURA MARGARET MANNIX
DELIA MARIE MANNIX, E. de M.
MARTHA CATHERINE MEANEY
ELIZABETH M. MARTIN
MAUREEN FITZSIMMONS MEEHAN, E. de M.
KATHLEEN MARY MEARN
MARGARET KAREN MORLEY
DONNA LOUISE MO RAN
SUSAJV MERRICK MOYNAHAN
KATHERINE ELIZABETH MORONEY
KAREN ADELE MULVEY
BARBARA CATHERINE MOZINO, E. de M.
KATHLEEN MARIE O'BRIEN
BARBARA ANN NESBITT, E. de M.
EILEEN ALICE O'REILLY
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PATRLCLA ELLEN 'LEAKY, R.N
ELINOR KATHLEEN O'SHEA
KATHLEEN MARY O'RILEY
MARY-JO OUELLETTE, E. de M.
CORDELIA MARIE OSKINS
LINDA MAY PLUMMER, R.N.
MARGARET ANN REISS, E. de M.
MARJORIE EILEEN REILEY, E. de M.
CONSTANCE ANN SCHEPP
MARY LOUISE ROTOLI
KATHLEEN ANNE SCOTT
KATRINA ANNE SCLATER
ANDREA DIANE SHUMAN, E. de M.
ANN JOY SHIELDS
CAROL ELIZABETH SINGLETON
JUDITH MARY SIMMS, E. de M.
MAURA ANN SMITH
GABRIELLE W. SMITH
SANDRA MARIE SMITH
FRANCES ELEANOR SULLIVAN, E. de M.
ALICIA NIXON SULLIVAN
CARLEEN ANNE TESTA, E. de M.
WILMA JEAN SULLIVAN
MARY ELIZABETH TO BIN
MARY ELIZABETH TIERNEY, E. de M.
SUSAN VINNICOMBE, E. de M.
MARY JO VERMEULEN
SUZANNE ELIZABETH WEISS, E. de M.
NANCY E. WAEBER
ELEANOR ELIZABETH WHITNEY
The Yearbook Staff wishes to thank Mother
Maguire for her ready assistance, Mother Hus-
son for her genuine interest, and Mr. Ralph
Norman for his good-humored patience.
The Staff, standing, left to right: C. Testa,
Photography Editor; A. McCracken, (hidden);
K. Mulvey; M. A. McGeough; M. Tobin; M.
Finegan; R. Drew; seated: M. A. Cole, Business
Manager; S. Frisbee; J. Simms; Editor-in-chief;
M. Isaak, Art Editor; P. Hitchins, Literary Edi-
tor; and Maria Ceres.
SENIOR INFORMATION SECTION
Ave Wall No. 7
Bayamon, Puerto RicQ
Thesis: "Le Sens de la Purete dans les Heros des Pieces Noires de Jean
Activities: Ursuline College 1,2; Student Education Committee 4; French
Club: President 4.
18001 Riverside Dr.
Major: Political Science
Thesis: "The McCarran Internal Security Act"
20 Willow Avenue
WoUaston 70, Mass.
BETTY ANNE BEASLEY
81 Boulder Road
Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Thesis: "Painting of the Icon of the Pantokrator for the Altar of the Rus-
sian Catholic Church, New York City"
Activities: Dean's Honor List once; Dean's List twice; Art Club 3,4.
Thesis: "Seneca's Trojan Women as Compared with Euripides' Trojan
Activities: Student Education Committee: 3,4, Secretary 3; Dramatic Club 3;
Catholic Action 3,4.
MARY JANE BECHERER
11 Linden Terrace
Newton 58, Mass.
Thesis: "Synthesis of Some Acetyl Derivatives of ot. -Methyl-Galactopyrano-
Activities: Sodality Medal 1,2,3,4; Student Education Committee 4; Glee
Club 1,2,3,4; Catholic Action 4; Choir 1; Chemistry Club 3,4; Mission
Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Young Republicans 2,3,4, President 3, Re-
cording Secretary 4; American Chemical Society 3,4; Intercollegiate Chemi-
cal Society 1,2,3,4; Eastern Colleges Science Conference: Publicity Commit-
66 Fox Lane
530 East 86 Street
New York 28, New York
MARY ALMA BOGERT
680 West Saddle River Rd.
Thesis: "Dostoevsky and Jung"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Social
Committee 4; Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 1; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4; Psy-
chology Club 4.
Major: PoHtical Science
Thesis: "The Problems of Power and the Monroe Doctrine"
Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Art Club 4; Bridge Club 4; I.R.C. 2; Y.A.F. 3,4;
Young Republicans 3,4.
Thesis; "The Hunter Elementary School for the Gifted"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; Athletic Association 1,2,
3,4; Choir 4; Mission Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Romance Language Club
47 Dogwood Lane
RockvUle Centre, N.Y.
Thesis: "Abraham Maslow's Theor>' of Self-Actualization Applied to George
Bernard Shaw's Concept of the Superman"
Activities; Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4; Jun-
ior Weekend Date Committee Co-Chairman; Psychology Club 4.
1318 Jackson Street
Scranton 4, Pa.
Thesis: "The Kinetics of Oxygen Reduction at Various MetalUc Surfaces in
0.6 Molar Sodium Chloride Solution"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1; Dean's List once; Art Club 1,2,3, Secretary
2; Catholic Action 4; Choir 4; Chemistry Club 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3,
President 4; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Young Republicans 3,4, Vice-President 4;
Eastern Colleges Science Conference: Speaker's Committee 4; Intercollegiate
Chemical Society: Publicity Committee 3.
MARY ANNE BURKE
945 Centre Street
Jamaica Plain, Mass.
112-10 Park Lane South
Kew Gardens, New York
Thesis: "The Effects of the Allied Occupation on Post-War Japanese Educa-
Activities: Catholic Action 3,4; I.R.C. 3; Young Republicans 2.
Thesis: "George Eliot's Daniel Deronda: Anatomy and Novel"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 4; Dean's List twice; Debate Club 1,2,3,4, Sec-
retary 2,3, President 4; Literary Club 2,3,4; N.S.A.: Junior Delegate 2;
"Wheat & Cockle": Junior and Senior Editor 3,4.
2 Clarke Avenue
Thesis: "Woodrow Wilson: A New Policy of Recognition for Mexico under
the Huerta Regime"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Dean's List twice; Student
Council: Parliamentarian 4; House Council 4; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Basket-
ball Varsity 1,2,3; Football Varsity 4; Catholic Action 1,2,3, Secretary 3;
Choir 2,3,4; LR.C. 4; N.S.A. 2; Philosophy Club 3.
P.O. Box 1
Popponesset Beach, Mass.
Thesis: "The European Economic Community and the European Free
Activities: Junior Weekend Decoration Committee Co-Chairman; Young
CAROl ANN CAPOBIANCO Major: Art
22 Woodstock Street
Yonkers, New York
Thesis: "Illustrations for a Childrens' Story"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Dean's List 4 times; Art Club
1,2,3,4, President 4; Catholic Action 4; Junior Weekend Publicity Committee
Chairman; Mission Club 4.
Hancock, New Hampshire
Thesis: "A Criticism of Crane Brenton's Nietzsche in the Light of the Nietz-
Activities: Dean's List 6 times; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Dramatic Club 3; Glee
Club 1,2; Art Club 3; Choir 4; I.R.C. 1; Literary Club 3,4; Newtones 2;
Philosophy Club 3; Romance Language Club 1; Yearbook Staff; "La Chap-
47 Main Street
Thesis: "The Japanese Cotton Textile Industry and Its Effect on American
Foreign Trade Policy"
Activities: Young Democrats 4.
212 East 48 Street
New York 17, N.Y.
Thesis: "The Influence of Kindergarten on the Child's Progress in Grade
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Debate Club 1,2; Catholic
Action 2; Choir 1; "885" 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff.
MARY ANN COLE
15 Mountview Rd.
Wellesley Hills, Mass.
711 Park Drive
975 Private Road
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 2,3,4; Dean's Honor List twice;
Dean's List 3 times; House Council 3; Student Education Committee 4;
Glee Club 3,4; Art Club 2; Financial Committee 3; Interest Club: Treasurer
2,3; Mission Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Business Manager.
Thesis: "The Plays of Chekhov as Comedy"
Activities: Manhattanville College 1; Literary Club 3,4; "885" 1,2,3,4; Year-
book Staff; Y.A.F. 3; Young Republicans 2,3, Vice-President 2.
Thesis: "Secularism in the Early Novels of Evelyn Waugh"
Activities: Athletic Association 1,2,3,4; Basketball Varsity 1,2,3,4; Y.A.F.
2,3; Young Republicans 2,3.
82 Cabot Street
Thesis: "Point of View in the Novels of Thomas Hardy"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3,4; Art Club 2,3,4; Literary Club 2,4;
Mission Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff
MARY PEIRCE CONNOR
16 Shannon Drive
Little Rock, Ark.
Major: History of Art
Thesis: "John Singer Sargent's Murals in the Boston Public Library"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3; Class
Office: Vice-President 1,2, President 3; House Council 1,2,3; Mission Club
130 Milton Street
Thesis: "The Development of Creativity Through Art'
46 West Lane
Bay Shore, L.L, N.Y.
Thesis: "The Economic Crisis of the Domestic Airlines"
Activities: Dean's Honor List twice; Dean's List 3 times; Glee Club 2,3;
Dramatic Club 1; Choir 4; N.S.A. 3,4.
6 Plateau Circle
Activities: Student Council: Treasurer 4; Social Committee 2; House Coun-
cil 1; Glee Club 1; Catholic Action 2; Junior Weekend Treasurer; Newtones
1,2,3,4, Leader 4.
15 Dudley Rd.
Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Thesis: "The Continuing of Women's Education in Relation to the Rad-
cliffe Institute for Independent Study and the Minnesota Plan"
Activities: House Council 1; Young Democrats 3,4, Treasurer 4.
129 Hampton Rd.
Garden City, N.Y.
Thesis: "Horace Mann: Contributions to Public Education"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1; Freshman Council; Catholic Action 3; Senior
Week Ticket Committee Chairman.
60 Redgate Rd.
West Ro.xbury, Mass.
Thesis: "Poor Home Environments in the Lower Class as Related to Learn-
ing and Teaching Techniques"
Activities: Sodality Medal 1,2.3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball Varsity 4;
Interest Club 4; Mission Club 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff; Young Democrats
57 Congress St.
Thesis: "The Co-Ordination of United States Foreign Aid and Foreign
Activities: Dean's List once; Student Education Committee 4; Bridge Club
4; Catholic Action 4.
7 Puritan Rd.
25 Hayes St.
Arlington 74, Mass.
Major: Political Science
Thesis: "The Case of Alger Hiss and Its Implications for American Demo-
Activities: Dean's List once; Dramatic Club 1; Mission Club 2,3; Young
Democrats 2,3,4, President 4.
Thesis: "American Investment in Canada"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 3,4, Medal 4; Student Council: Day Student
Representative 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Mission Club 2,3,4; Senior Week; Young
71041 Lassier Rd.
3365 Stuyvesant PI., N.W.
Washington 15, D.C.
1940 Chestnut St.
570 Park Ave.
New York 21, N.Y.
MARY ANN DRONEY
23 Dale Ave.
Thesis: "Godey's Lady's Book and the American Woman's Self-image in
the Nineteenth Century"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Glee Club 1,2; Art Club 2;
Catholic Action 1,2,4; LR.C. 4; Mission Club 1,3,4; Science Club 4; Young
Republicans 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 4.
Thesis: "The Isolation of Amino Acids from Proteins in the Bacterial Cell
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2; Dramatic Club 1,2; Mission Club 1,2; Science
Club 1,2,3,4; Eastern Colleges Science Conference: Student Representative 2,3,
Treasurer's Committee 4, Welcoming Committee 4.
Thesis: "A Psychological Study of the Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of Indi-
vidualism in America"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 2, Medal 2; Student Council 3,4, Vice-President
4; Class Office: Vice-President 3, President 4; House Council 1,3,4; Athletic
Association 2; Basketball Varsity 1,2,3,4; Football Varsity 4; Catholic
Action 1,3,4; Psychology Club 4.
Thesis: "A Comparison of the Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins and
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2; Student FLducation Committee 4; Dra-
matic Club 2,3, President 3; Choir 4; Literary Club 1,2,3,4; N.S.A. 3,4;
"Wheat & Cockle": Senior Editor 4; "885" 2,3,4; Yearbook Stafl; "La
Thesis: "Nathaniel Hawthorne: A Comparison of His Technique in His
Short Stories and His Novels"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3; Dean's List twice; Dramatic Club 1;
Literary Club 3; Mission Club 3; Young Democrats 2,3,4, Vice-President 4.
Thesis: "The Brotherhood of Kierkegaard and Unamuno"
Activities: Dean's List twice; Student Council 4; House Council 3,4, Head
of Duchesne East 4; Glee Club 1; N.S.A. : Junior Delegate 3; Romance
Language Club 1.
14 Hope St.
Thesis: "The Effect of Radiation on the Hemopoiesis of the Chick Embryo"
Activities: Dean's List once; Student Education Committee 4; Chemistry
Club 4; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Eastern Colleges Science Conference 2,4,
Social Committee 4.
28 Upyonda Way
Thesis: "The Hospitalism Syndrome: Maternal Deprivation and the Young
Activities: Sodahty Aspirant 1,2,3,4; Dean's List once; Student Education
Committee 4; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Glee Club 2,3,4.
72 Clifford Ave.
49 Trent Rd.
Philadelphia 51, Pa.
142 Church St.
Newton 58, Mass.
Thesis: "South African 'Apartheid' Pohcy"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 3,4; Dean's List twice; Class
Office: Secretary 3; Social Committee 3; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Glee Club 1,
2,3; Basketball Varsity 1; Football Varsity 4; Choir 4; I.R.C. 2,3,4, Sec-
retary 4; Romance Language Club 1.
Thesis: " The Amish People: A Sociological Analysis"
Activities: Sodality Medal 1,2,3,4; Art Club 2; Mission Club 4; Yearbook
Photography Co-Editor; Young Republicans 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4.
Thesis: "Distortions and Applications of Classical Marxism as Evidenced
in Soviet Communism"
Activities: Social Committee 3.
CAROL FLYNN, R.N.
3 Minute Man Lane
202 Edge Hill Rd.
Thesis: "Health Insurance For the Aged"
Activities: Newton Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing; Yearbook Staff.
Thesis: "Mosaic Panel of Stain Glass Chips"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Art Club 2,4; Athletic
Association 2,3,4; Football Varsity 4; Catholic Action 2,4; Choir 2,4; In-
terest Club 4; "885" 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff
227 Springfield St.
Thesis: "The Origins of Modern Totalitarianism in Medieval Milleniarism"
Activities: Dean's List twice; Athletic Association: Vice-President 3, President
4; I.R.C. 3.
Forest Drive, Fox Chapel
Thesis: "F.D.R.: The Aims and Motives of His Foreign Policy 1937 -
December 7, 1941"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 3,4; Dean's List 3 times; Phi Alpha Theta 4;
Athletic Association 1,2,3,4; Basketball Varsity 1; Football Varsity 4; Cath-
ohc Action 3,4; I.R.C. 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Science Club 1;
Young Republicans 2,3,4.
61 Washburn Ave.
Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Thesis: "The Middle Class Man as Tragic Hero in Arthur Miller's, Death
of a Salesman"
Activities: Dramatic Club I; Cathohc Action 4; Yearbook Editor's Assist-
ant; Young Democrats 4.
15 Lester Ave.
27 Greenlodge St.
10 Knollridge Drive
No. Smithfield, R.L
36 Carew Rd.
38 So. Walnut St.
East Orange, N.J.
2023 Lyndway Rd.
Cleveland 20, Ohio
Thesis: "Crumbling Walls of Insularity: Britain Evolves toward Economic
Unity with the Continent"
Activities: Glee Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Basketball Varsity 2,3,4; Foot-
ball Varsity 4; Interest Club: Chairman 4.
Thesis: "A Comparison of the Democracy in Swiss and American Schools"
Activities: Catholic Action 3,4; Yearbook Staff; Young Democrats 4.
Thesis: "Some Aspects of Hospitalization of Children in Relation to Adler's
Theory of the Self"
Activities: Catholic Action 4; French Club 4; Psychology Club 4; Science
Club 3; Yearbook Staff; Young Democrats 2,3,4.
Thesis: "The Use of Smoke in Degas"
Activities: Student Education Committee: Secretary 4; Glee Club 1; Interest
Club 4; Newtones 2,3,4; Remnant 2,3, Secretary 2.
Thesis: "Alcoholism as a Nutritional Problem and Its Connection with
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Glee Club 1; Art Club 1,2;
Choir 4; Psychology Club 3,4; Young Democrats 1.
Thesis: "Ayn Rand"
Activities: Student Council 4; House Council: Head of Stuart House 4;
Dramatic Club 3; Debate Club 1,2; Art Club 3; Philosophy Club 4.
48 Robinhood Rd.
478 Argyle Rd.
Brooklyn 18, N.Y.
127 Mountain View Ave.
Kingston 3, Jamaica, W.I.
Thesis: "The Effect of Various Doses of Histamine on the Gastro-Intestinal
Tissues of the Hamster"
Activities: Dean's List once; Mission Club 1; Science Club 1,2,3,4, Treas-
urer 4; Eastern Colleges Science Conference 2,4, Registration Committee 4.
Major; Political Science
Thesis: "Alexander Hamilton and the Ratification of the Constitution in
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4, Council 3,4; Dean's List once;
Student Council 4; Class Office: Vice-President 4; House Council 4; Football
Varsity 4; I.R.C. 4; Mission Club 4; Romance Language Club 1; "885" 3;
Young Democrats 2,3,4.
Thesis: "Contemporary Criticism of Philip Barry"
Activities: Convent of Mercy Academy 1; Dean's List once; Dramatic Club
2; Art Club 3; Interest Club 4; Literary Club 3,4; Philosophy Club 3; Ro-
mance Language Club 3; "Wheat & Cockle" 2,3,4, Junior and Senior
Editor; "885" 2,3,4; Yearbook Literary Editor; "La Chapelle Ardente".
1405 17th St., N.W.
Winter Haven, Florida
Thesis: "The Effects of Automation"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 4; Student Council 3,4; Class Office: Treasurer
3,4; House Council 3,4.
6 Blenheim Drive
Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
228 Oak St.
39 Monument Square
116 Plymouth Drive
"Lowlands", Old Mill Rd.
U84 Morton St.
Thesis: "Illustrations for a Psalm"
Activities: Art Club 2; Yearbook Art Editor.
Thesis: "Revolution in Mathematics: Its Application in the Elementary
Activities: Catholic Action 2; Football Varsity 4; Young Democrats 4.
Thesis: "A Psychological Study of the Creative Spirit and Genius of Michel-
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2; Dramatic Club 1,2; Bridge Club 4; Cath-
olic Action 1,2,4; Junior Weekend Date Committee Co-Chairman; Psychol-
ogy Club 4; Senior Week: Y.A.R 3.
Thesis: "Egyptian Nationalism"
Activities: Dean's List once; House Council 4; "885" 1,2,3, Circulation
Editor 2,3; Y.A.F. 4.
Thesis: "A Study of Certain Causal Factors of Speech Retardation"
Activities: Dean's List once; Glee Club 1,2; Catholic Action 4; Mission
Club 2,3,4; Romance Language Club 1; Yearbook Staff; Young Demo-
ANNIE LAURIE KENEDY
South Country Rd.
Bay Shore, L.I., N.Y.
Thesis: "Saghkos Manor: A History"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4;
Basketball Varsity 1, Football Varsity 4.
House Council 3,4; Choir 4;
49 Pulver Ave.
Thesis: "The Family Bronck: Dutch Settlers on tlie Hudson"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medals 3,4, Council 3,4; Dean's List 3
times; House Council 4; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4; Interest
Club 4; Mission Club 2; "885" 1,2,3,4.
12 Pilgrim Drive
21 Leverich St.
Hempstead, L.I., N.Y.
Major: Political Science
Thesis: "The Morgenthau Plan: Genesis and Influence"
Activities: Dramatic Club 1; Bridge Club 4; Romance Language Club 1;
Senior Week; Yearbook Staff; Young Democrats 4.
Thesis: "How People of Other Nations View Americans"
Activities: Dramatic Club 1; Interest Club 3; I.R.C. 3,4, Treasurer 4; Psy-
chology Club 4; Yearbook Staff.
3217 West Shore Rd.
Thesis: "Upton Sinclair: From Progressivism to Socialism"
Activities: Art Club 3; Football Varsity 4; I.R.C. 2,4; Young Democrats
300 Commonwealth Ave.
Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Thesis: "Imports and Their Relationship to the Petroleum Industry"
Activities: Social Committee 4; Dramatic Club 1; Biidge Club 4; Yearbook
Staff; Young Democrats 3.
MOTHER LeBLANC, R.C.E.
130 Milton St.
Thesis; "The Need for Catechetical Revision in Catholic Schools'
12825 Ave. DuBois S.W.
Tacoma 99, Wash.
20 Woodland Rd.
Jamaica Plain 30, Mass.
571 Pomeroy Ave.
38 Eaton St.
Thesis; "Presentation of and Criticism of the Disengagement Theory of Old
Age as Particularly Seen in the Aspects of Retirement and Widowhood"
Activities: Psychology Club 3,4.
Thesis: "Experiential Validation of Philosophical Speculation"
Activities: Football Varsity 4; Psychology Club 3,4; Young Democrats 3,4.
Thesis: "The Constitutional Position of Religion in American Public Schools
as Seen through the Decisions of the United States Supreme Court"
Activities: Dean's List 4 times; Student Education Committee 4; Art Club 3;
Football Varsity 4; Young Democrats 2,3.
Thesis: "Oliver W. Holmes: Concept of Freedom of Speech"
Activities; Athletic Association 2,3; Philosophy Club 4; Young Democrats
21 So. State St.
Thesis: "The New England Economy; Its Competitive Position"
Activities: Glee Club 2,3.
96 Kenwood Rd.
Garden City, N.Y.
Thesis; "Education of the Teacher"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 2; Dramatic Club 1; Catholic Action 2; Mis-
sion Club 1.
4128 Harvard Ave.
Montreal 28, P.Q.., Canada
Thesis; "Structural Analysis o^ Persuasion by Jane Austen"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Dean's List twice; Art Club 1;
Literary Club 1,2,3,4; Mission Club 1,2,3,4; "Wheat & Cockle" 3,4, Sen-
ior Editor 4; "885" 1,2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Yearbook Staff
MOTHER McCULLOUGH, R.C.E. Major: Psychology
130 Milton St. Thesis; "Liturgy: Its Application to the Pleroma of Persons on the Adol-
Milton, Mass. escent Level"
Activities; Art Club 3; Choir 3; Psychology Club 3,4.
MARY ANN McGEOUGH
34 Blaisdell Ave.
Thesis: "The Schizophrenic Impairment of the Formal Process of Thinking
as Related to Paleologic"
Activities: Sodality Medal 1,2,3,4; Dean's Honor List twice; Dean's List 3
times; Student Council 4; House Council 4; Student Education Committee
Chairman 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, Secretary 3; Choir 4; Football Varsity 4;
Mission Club 1,2.3; N.S.A. 1; Philosophv Club 3,4; P.sychology Club 4;
Science Club 1,2; "885" 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff
c/o Creole Petroleum Co.
Thesis: "Salvador de Madariaga: An Analysis of His Historical Philosophy
Activities: Dean's List 3 times; Student Council 1,2,4, President 4; Class
Office: Treasurer 1,2; Social Committee 4; House Council 1,2,4; Phi Alpha
Theta 4; Football Varsity 4; Philosophy Club 3,4.
62 Chestnut Hill Rd.
Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Thesis: "Creativity and Intelligence"
Activities: Sodahty Aspirant 1,2; Medal 3,4; Social Committee 4; House
Council 4; Glee Club 1,2; CathoUc Action 1,2,3; Secretary 2; Junior Week
end Date Committee Co-Chairman; Literary Club 2; Mission Club 1,2,3;
Senior Week; "885" 1,2.
352 Loudonville Rd.
Thesis: "The Schuyler Family and Its Influence upon Alexander Hamilton"
Activities: Student Council 4; House Council 4; Art Club 3; Football Var-
sity 4; Interest Club 4; I.R.C. 1,2,3,4; Literary Club 4; N.S.A.: Senior
Delegate 4; Young Democrats 2,3,4.
35 Druid HiU
165 Phillips Brooks Rd.
Thesis: "The Childhood Years of Bagrov's Grandson: A Translation"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 4; Art Club 1,2; Choir 1; I.R.C. 4; Y.A.F. 4;
Young Democrats 3,4.
Thesis: "The Concept of Liberty in Education under the Montessori Meth-
Activities: Catholic Action 3,4.
Thesis: "Effects of Revolution on Education in Mexico"
Activities: Senior Week; Young Democrats 2,3.
1040 Park Ave.
New York 28, N.Y.
Thesis: "Language as an Index of Social Stratification in American Society'
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Dean's List once; CathoUc Ac-
tion 1.2,3,4; Football Varsity 4; Interest Club 4; N.S.A. 4; "885" 1,2,3;
Y.A.F. 2,3; Young Republicans 2.
276 Rugby Rd.
Brooklyn 26, N.Y.
Thesis: "The World Court and the Connally Amendment An Analysis of
the U.S.'s Attitude toward International Arbitration"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3,4; Dean's List 3 times; Student Education
Committee 4; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Catholic Action 1,2,3; LR.C. 1,2,3,4,
Secretary 2,3; Mission Club 2,3; Philosophy Club 3; Y.A.F. 3,4; President
4; Young Republicans 2,3,4.
146 Beach 148 St.
Neponsit, L.I., N.Y.
Thesis: "Differential Effect of Punishment and Group Therapy on Impris-
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Glee Club 1; Catholic Action
1,2,3,4; Mission Club 1,2; Psychology Club: President 4; Young Republi-
79 Hawthorne St.
111 South Ave.
Thesis: "Teaching the Gifted in the Regular Classroom from Grades 4 to 6'
Activities: Young Democrats 4.
Thesis: "The Effect of Liquid Diet on the Epithetial Tissues of the Diges-
tive Tract of the Guinea Pig "
Activities: Chemistry Club 3,4; Mission Club 1; Science Club 1,2,3,4, Sec-
retary 3, President 4; Eastern Colleges Science Conference: Delegate 2,
Representative 3, Treasurer 4.
4 Cedar Rd.
Thesis: "Domestic Migratory Labor in American Agriculture"
Activities: Catholic Action 1,2,4; "885" 3; Young Democrats 4.
10 Windsor Rd.
Thesis: "Diagnosogenic Stuttering"
Activities: Dean's List twice; Catholic Action 3,4; Literary Club 2,3,4.
800 Park Ave.
New York 21, N.Y.
Thesis: "United States Foreign Policy toward China in the 1930's"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Dean's List twice; Student
Council 1,2,4, Secretary 4; Class Office: President 1,2; House Council 1,
2,4; Phi Alpha Theta 4; Basketball Varsity 1; Catholic Action 1,4; I.R.C.
6 Myrdedale Rd.
Thesis: "Illustrations for Selected Works of Lewis Carroll"
Activities: Art Club 3,4; Bridge Club 4; Interest Club 3,4; Romance Lan-
guage Club 1; "885" 4; Yearbook Staff; Young Democrats 4.
63 Willow Ave.
Thesis: "Illustrations of the Poetry of Dylan Thomas'
19 Tisdale Rd.
Activities: Social Committee 4; House Council 2; Debate Club 3; Bridge
Club 4; Junior Weekend Date Committee Co-Chairman; Young Democrats
62 Durand Rd,
Thesis: "Meeting the Needs of the Gifted: A Study of Current Practices"
Activities: Glee Club 1,2; Interest Club 3,4; I.R.C. 4; Yearbook Staff; Young
12 West Golf View Rd.
Thesis: "Silkscreen Illustrations for Bartok's 'Bluebeard's Castle' "
Activities: Sodality Medal 1,2,3,4; Dean's List twice; Mission Club 4; Rem-
nant President 2,3; Yearbook Staff.
140 Robins Rd.
New Rochelle, N.Y.
Thesis: "A Study of the Navajo Indians in Terms of Their Traditional
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 4; Art Club 2; Catholic Action 1,4; Football
Varsity 4; I.R.C. 2; Literary Club 1; "885" 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff.
1 Putnam Hill
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; House Council 4; Dramatic
Club 3; Art Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Bridge Club 4; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4.
12 Locust Ave.
Thesis: "Architectural Display of Newton Campus and Scale Model of
Activities: Sodahty Aspirant 1, Medal 2,3,4; Dean's List once; Student
Council 4; Social Committee: Treasurer 3, Chairman 4; House Council
1,3,4; Art Club 2,3; Athletic Association 1,2, Treasurer 2; Basketball Varsity
1,2; Financial Committee 3; Football Varsity 4; Freshman Orientation
Chairman; Junior Weekend Pictorial Editor.
6 No. Fifth Ave.
171 Lincoln St.
Thesis: "The Ungraded Primary, an Effort to Improve School Organiza-
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4;
Romance Language Club 1,2,4; Yearbook Staff; Young Democrats 3,4.
Thesis: "Foster Care of Children"
Activities: Mt. Auburn Hospital School of Nursing.
Thesis: "The Role of the Classroom Teacher in Speech Improvement"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3,4; Athletic Association 3; Catholic Action
1,2,3,4, President 4; Choir 3; Mission Club 2,3,4.
1335 Astor St.
200 Christopher St.
119 Center Ave.
Thesis: "How England Entered World War I"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2; Dean's List twice; Phi Alpha Theta: Treas-
urer 4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Art Club 2; Catholic Action 2;
Freshman Show Director; Junior Weekend Chairman.
Thesis: "Toward a Psychology of Humor"
Activities: Class Office: Secretary 1,2,4; Social Committee 1,2,3,4; House
Council 2,4; Glee Club 1; Newtones 2,3,4; Psychology Club 4.
Major: History of Art
Thesis: "Bach and the Baroque"
Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Literary Club 2; Science Club
1; Senior Week.
24 Reed Drive
Thesis: "The Administering and Teaching of Foreign Language in the
Activities: Sodahty Aspirant 2,3, Medal 4; Basketball Varsity 2; Cathohc
Action 3; Choir 3,4, Vice-President 4; Mission Club 3,4; Yearbook Staff.
UNDA PLUMMER, R.N.
76 Spring St.
Thesis: "The Relationship of Insulin Coma Therapy and Psychotherapy in
the Treatment of Schizophrenics"
Activities: Newton Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing.
73 San Juan Drive
Ponte Vedra, Florida
Thesis: "Determination of the Interest Rate"
Activities: Dean's List once; Student Council 4; House Council 1,4, Head of
Hardey House 4; Junior Weekend Decoration Committee Co-Chairman;
Financial Committee 3.
Wyndham Hills, York, Pa.
Thesis: "Teilhard de Chardin's 'Vision' of the World"
Activities: Sodality Medal: Council 1,2,3,4, President 4; Dean's Honor List
once. Dean's List 5 times; House Council 2; Art Club 2,3; Catholic Action
3; Literary Club 1,4; Mission Club 1,2, Co-Chairman 1; N.F.C.C.S. 1;
Philosophy Club: Co-Chairman 3,4; "885" 3,4.
Thesis: "Psychological Reflections on the Philosophy of the Absurd"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1, Medal 2,3,4, Council 4; Cathohc Action
3,4; Psychology Club 4; Romance Language Club 1; Senior Week.
MARY LOU ROTOLI
878 No. Plymouth Ave.
Major: PoUtical Science
Thesis: "Some Reflections on the Origin of Russian Communism"
Activities: Dean's Honor List twice; Dean's List 6 times; Student Education
Committee 4; Debate Club 1; Art Club 1,2; Catholic Action 1; Football
Varsity 4; Philosophy Club 3.4; "885" 3,4, Business Manager 4; Yearbook
207 No. Peterboro St.
Thesis: "The Kibbutzim of Israel"
Activities: Dean's List once; Glee Club 3,4; Art Club I; Catholic Action 1.
Ives Hill Rd.
Thesis: "An Analysis of Certain Motivational Factors and Their Effect upon
the Learning Process"
Activities: Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Bridge Club 4; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4;
Interest Club 3; I.R.C. 1; Mission Club 2; Young Democrats 2,3.
20 Denise Terrace
Thesis: "Psychology of the Consumer in Relation to a Study of Motivation
Research in Advertising"
Activities: Dean's List once; Glee Club 1,2; Athletic Association 1,2; I.R.C.
2; Psychology Club 4.
ANN JOY SHIELDS
Thesis: "The Peterological Discoveries of 1961 - 1963"
Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3; Catholic Action 2,4; Remnant 2.
17 East 89 St.
New York 28, N.Y.
Thesis: "Round and Flat Characterization in Alfred Lord Tennyson's 'Idylls
of the King' "
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Social Committee 1,2; Glee
Club 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Catholic Action 2,
3,4; Choir 1; Freshman Council: President; Junior Weekend Ticket Com-
mittee Chairman; Mission Club 1,2; Senior Week Chairman; "885" 1,2,3;
Young Republicans 2,3.
60 Connaught Ave.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Thesis: "A Structural Analysis of The Princess Casamassima"
Activities: Convent of the Sacred Heart, Junior College, Halifax; Sodality
Aspirant 3, Medal 3,4; Dean's List once; Dramatic Club 3; CathoHc Action
3; Mission Club 4; "885" 3,4; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief.
175 Sanford St.
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Thesis: "John Keats: A Study of Literary Theory and Stylistic Develop-
Activities: Student Council 3; House Council 3; Dramatic Club 3; Glee
Club 1,2; Catholic Action 2,4; N.F.C.C.S.: Junior Delegate 2, Senior Dele-
gate 3; Young Democrats 4.
478 Litde Silver Pt.
Little Silver, N.J.
Rd. Activities: Bridge Club 4.
55 Payson Ave.
New York 34, N.Y.
Thesis: "Sculpture in Stained Glass"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3; Glee Club 2; CathoUc Action 1; "885" 1.
53 Templar Way
40 Carley Ave.
30 Union St.
33 Holman St.
1 Arlington Heights
Thesis: "Suspense as a Technique in Wilkie Collins' Novels"
Activities: Student Council 4; House Council 3,4, Head of Duchesne West
4; Glee Club 1; Newtones 2,3,4.
Thesis: "Projective Testing Techniques"
Activities: Fordham University 1; Dean's List 3 times; Psychology Club 4.
Major: History of Art
Thesis: "Correlation between Monet's Paintings and Debussy's Music
through Their Interpretation of the Sea"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1; Glee Club 1,2,3, Business Manager 3.
Thesis: "Jane Austen: An Analysis of Characterization as Determined by
Point of View"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Catholic
Action 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4, Librarian 4; Literary Club 4; Yearbook Staff,
Young Democrats 4.
Thesis: "An Analysis of Arteriosclerosis and Drugs Used in Treatment"
Activities: Chemistry Club 3; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Week; Eastern
Colleges Science Conference: Secretary 4.
386 Branch Ave.
549 First St.
Brooklyn 15, N.Y.
Thesis: "Justice and Order in Society from Plato to Augustine"
Activities: Sodahty Aspirant 1,2,3, Medal 4; House Council 3,4; Glee Club
1,2; Art Club 3; Athletic Association 1; Basketball Varsity 1,2; Football
Varsity 4; Cadiolic Action 1,3; Choir 4; "885" 3,4; Yearbook Photography
Co-Editor, Young Republicans 3,4.
Thesis: "Background and the Current Experiments in Education for the
Culturally Deprived of New York City"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Dramatic Club 1; Art Club
1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3,4; Catholic Action 1,4; Choir 2,3,4,
President 4; I.R.C. 1; Mission Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff, Young Re-
11 Avon Rd.
Thesis: "William Congreve's, The Way of the World: A Study in High
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 3,4; Glee Club 1; Art Club 1,2; Freshman
Council; Literary Club 2,3,4, President 4; Mission Club 4; N.S.A. 3;
"Wheat & Cockle" 3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4; "885": Managing Editor 3,4;
MARY JO VERMEULEN
2601 Twelfdi St.
Thesis: "The Importance of Developing a Sound Kindergarten Program"
Activities: Debate Club 1; Art Club 4; Bridge Club 4; Young Republicans 4.
142 Middlesex Rd.
Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Thesis: "Unconditional Surrender: Its Effect upon the Military Conduct of
the Second World War"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4, Vice-President 4; Art Club 2;
Choir 2; Young Rspubhcans 4.
21 Division St.
Ormond Beach, Florida
257 Kenwood Court
Grosse Pointe, Michigan
1133 Fifth Ave.
New York 28, N.Y.
141 Ellington St,
Thesis: "Implications of the Philosophy of Symbolic Form for Psychology
Activities: Dean's Honor List 7 times; Student Education Committee4; I.R.C. 2;
Philosophy Club Co-Chairraan 3,4; Psychology Club 4.
Major: Political Science
Thesis: "Lewis D. Brandeis: His Theory of Labor Related to His Political
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2, Medal 3,4; Student Council 4; House
Council: Head of Gushing House 4; Catholic Action 1; Choir 1; I.R.C.
2,3,4; Mis.sion Club 2,3,4; Young Republicans 2,3,4.
Thesis: " Criticisms of Rogers' Client-Centered Therapy"
Activities: Sodality Aspirant 1,2; Glee Club 1; Catholic Action 1,2,3,4;
Psychology Club 4; Remnant 2,3.
Thesis: "The Body Image of Crippled Children as Reflected in Machover's
Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Art Club 1; Catholic Action 2; Science Club 1,
2,3; Senior Week; Mission Club 1; Psychology Club 3,4.
CLASS OF 1964
Florence A. Aldrich, Titusville Rd., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Rosalind Aldrich, Titusville Rd., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Leigh Averill, 1425 Western Ave., Albany, N.Y.
Nancy P. Baby, 534 Meadow Rd., Winnedca, 111.
Jane Bangs, Church St., Hagaman, N.Y.
Nancy Beak, 767 Shag Bark Lane, Deerfield, III.
Suzanne Bellanca, 6327 La Pintura Drive, La JoUa, Calif.
Joanne Belliveau, 8 Avenue de Villardin, Pulh- near Lausanne. Switzerland
Sr. Mary Rose Louise Bemier, s.m.s.m., St. Theresa's Convent, Bedford, Mass.
Claire Ann Biggam, 1720 Meadow Lane, Bannock Burn, Deerfield, 111.
Joan E. Bishop, 164 Salem St., Woburn, Mass.
Margaret C. Bogosian, 124 Marion Place, Rockville Centre, L.I., N.Y.
Ann K. Bohnen, 329 East Sixth St., Hinsdale, III.
Leila Boyle, 805 Riverside Drive, Orange, Conn.
Jean Lorelle Burke, 55 Headier Drive, East Hills, Roslyn, L.I., N.Y.
Ruth Burke, 682 VFW Pkwy., West Roxbury, Mass.
Barbara Burns, 4525 Henry Hudson Pkwy, New York 71, N.Y.
Margaret Jane Butler, 244 Nightingale Trail, Palm Beach, Fla.
Margaret R. Butler, 38 East St., N. V. 28. N.Y.
Kathleen M. Byrne, 2699 Belvoir Blvd., Shaker Heights, Ohio
Margaret L. Cahill, 21 Brentwood Rd., Woburn, Mass.
Susan C. Callander, 139 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville 60, Mass.
Elia Capone, 24 Turner Rd., Framingham, Mass.
Patricia M. Carpenter, 26 Bishop Pkwy., Pittsfield, Mass.
Eileen Carrion, Papinellie St., No. 1 , Santurce, Puerto Rico
Martha Cloney, 30 Lantern Lane, Milton 86, Mass.
Barbara Ann Coletti, 35 The Pines, Old Westbury, L.I., N.Y.
Elizabeth L. Colhns, 14 Curve St., Lexington 73, Mass.
Mary Jane Collins, 236 Montgomery St., Fall River, Mass.
Brenda M. Condrey, 8 Whipple Rd., Tewksbury, Mass.
Susan S. Connelly, 1105 Park Ave., New York 28, N.Y.
Brenda E. Corcoran, Zero Blanchard Rd., Cambridge, Mass.
Barbara R. Corsa, Kennedy Lane, Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., N.Y.
Peggy Cox, 11 Sylvan Ave., West Newton, Mass.
Ruth M. Craddock, 2145 Chestnut Ave., Wilmette, III.
Ann Marie Creagh, 39 Kenilworth Rd., Wellesley 81, Mass.
Jean Crofoot, Random Acres, Fort Crook, Nebraska
Miriam Crowley, 627 Garland Ave., Winnetka, III,
Mary Louise Cuimingham, 162 State St., Johnstown, Pa.
Ann Curry, 1010 Fifth Ave., New York. 28, N.Y.
Mary Kathleen D'Aloise, Valley Drive, Greenwich, Conn.
Carolyn Ann Davis, 310 Farwood Rd., Philadelphia 51, Pa.
Kathleen Anne Davis, 32 Garfield Ave., Weymouth 88, Mass.
Susan Deady, 78 Centre Lane, Milton 86, Mass.
Karen A. DeCavalcante, 1301 Morris Rd., Wynnewood, Pa.
Ines de Koning, c/o Wentholt & Co., van Eeghenstraat 175, Amsterdam, Holland
Claudette Delaney, Apt. 306. 114 Pleasant St., Arlington, Mass.
DoroOiy Dempsey, 404 Brush Hill Rd., Milton, Mass.
Marietta B. deNavarre, 404 Lothrop Rd., Crosse Pointe Farms 36, Mich.
Ann Marie DeNisco, 24 Monroe St.. Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Diane Desmoni, 231 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, N.Y.
Dorothy L. Dick. 232 Huron Ave., Sheboygan, Wise.
Madeline Ann Dignum, Sage Hill Lane, Menands 4, N.Y.
Catherine E. Dolan, 425 Riverside Drive, New York 25, N.Y.
Sheila Donohue, 272 Highland Ave., West Newton, Mass.
Ellen Donovan, 43 Hazel Street, Milton, Mass.
Sheila Donovan, 67 Potomac St., West Roxbury, Mass.
Diane Doran, 149 Central Park Drive, Holyoke, Mass.
Mary Drayne, 661 Valleyview Rd., Pittsburgh 16, Pa.
Sheila Driscoll, 401 River Ave., Providence 8, R.I.
Susan Duffy, 125 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, NJ.
Judidi Ann Ernst, 931 Plandome Rd., Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Marilyn Fazio, 935 Forest Glen Drive, Winnedca, III.
Mother Elaine Fitch, R.C.E.. 130 Milton St., Milton, Mass.
Frances Fitzsimmons, 69 Westgate Blvd., Plandome, L.I., N.Y.
Elizabeth M. Flynn, 1036 Brook Rd,, Milton, Mass.
Morna Ford, 142 Irving Ave., South Orange, N.J.
Mary Louise Frankhn, 26 Cooper's Pond Rd., Stamford, Conn.
Marcia Fredericks, 4219 Lahser Rd., Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Rita Garbarini, 956 Edgewood Ave., Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Arolyn M. Garnell, 28 Ferncrest Ave., Edgweood, R.I.
Maureen F. Geraty, 237 West 22 St., Huntington, N.Y.
Isabel P. Glasgow, Shepard Hill Rd., Newtown, Conn.
E. Mary Goldmann, 329 Carroll Ave., Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Sheila M. Gorman, 59 Burke St., Plains, Pa.
Mary A. Hannaberry, 14 Sycamore St., Albany, N.Y.
Helen E. Hannon, 110 Elgin St., Newton Centre, Mass.
Patricia M. Hanrahan, 2183 Demington Drive, Cleveland Hgts., Ohio
Kathleen Hart, 240 Beverly Rd., Worcester, Mass.
Amelia G. Heiskell, 4 Gifford St., Tuckahoe 7, N.Y.
Helen Ann Herbert, 52-4th St., Apt. 42A, North Arlington, N.J.
Rosaleen M. Jaros, 18850 South Woodland, Shaker Hgts., Ohio
Phyllis Kearney, M.D. No. 16, Beech St., Newburgh, N.Y.
Maureen Kelley, 89 Van Ness Rd., Belmont. Mass.
Sheila Kelley, 53 Parkway Crescent, Milton, Mass.
Jennifer A. Kilbourn, 7 Prospect Ave., Darien, Conn.
Ruthann P. Kilroy, 326 Colville Rd., Charlotte, N.C.
Mary King, 25 East Ninth St., New York 3, N.Y.
Joyce Kneeland, 198 Woodward St., Waban 68, Mass.
Patricia Ann Kostek, 76 Fisk Drive, Newington, Conn.
Mary Carol Kundtz, 13475 North Park Blvd., Cleveland Hgts., Ohio
Mary Jane Larkin, 1337 Morrissey Blvd., Quincy, Mass.
Elizabeth Lavery, 66 Waverly Place, Bridgeport, Conn.
Sheila Ann Lawlor, 10 Pasho St., Andover, Mass.
Kathleen Anne Leach, 41 Ripplewater Ave., Massapequa, L.I., N.Y.
Maureen Leahy, 46 Kenilworth Rd., Milton 86, Mass.
Susan Lee, 26 Amherst Rd., Wellesley, Mass.
Jane Lenzini, 771 Deerfield Rd., Highland Park, 111.
Mary Liebert, 7503 Clarendon Rd., Bethesda, Md.
Rosemary L. Lobes, 53 Beech Tree Lane, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Sr. Mary Jerome Lofy, s.m.s.m., St. Theresa's Convent, Bedford, Mass.
Sheila M. Lynch, Bruce Park Drive, Greenwich, Conn.
Ann N. Lyons, 3 Windsor Rd., Milton, Mass.
Virginia Ann McBride, Bote Acres, Greenwich, Conn.
Eileen McCarthy, 345 CUnton Ave., Apt. IOC, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Sheila M. McCarthy, 37 Garfield Rd., Melrose, Mass.
Kathleen M. McCarty, 3050 South Drive, Allentown, Pa.
Mary Jane McDonnell, 245 Charles St., E. Cambridge, Mass.
Regina McDonnell, 24 Shore Lane, Bay Shore, L.L, N.Y.
Mary Jo McDonough, 7712 Colonial Rd., Brooklyn 9, N.Y.
Alice M. McDowell, 14 Damson Lane, Valley Stream, L.L, N.Y.
Mary Shay McGuire, 304 Underwood St., Fall River, Mass.
Deborah Ann McKay, 48 Rose St., Bridgeport 10, Conn.
Mary Eloise McKeon, Little Boars Head, North Hampton, N.H.
Alice Ann McLaughlin, 435 School St., Belmont, Mass.
Catharine P. McNamara, 270 Lotte Rd., Ridgewood, N.J.
Diane M. Madden, 457 Dover Rd., Bay Village, Ohio
Susan Madden, 753 West Roxbury Pkwy, West Roxbury, Mass.
Brenda E. Mahoney, 19 Emmonsdale Rd., West Roxbury, Mass.
Amelia A. Maine, 29 Orchard St., Pleasantville, N.Y.
Louise D. Majewski, Orchard Lane, Philadelphia, Pa.
Joanne F. Marming, 5212 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Md.
Marilyn Martin, 17475 Lake Ave., Lakewood, Ohio
Bemardine A. Moore, 7 Hesketh St., Chevy Chase 15, Md.
Frances M. Moore, 173 Hinckley Rd., Milton, Mass.
Judith Ann Moores, 4 Ranger Lane, West Hartford, Conn.
Martha Mari Morgan, 1035 Park Ave., New York 28, N.Y.
Maureen Moriarty, 240 Old Mill Rd., Fairfield, Conn.
Austin B. Morrison, 4803 Pocahontas Ave., Richmond 26, Va.
Paula V. MuUaney, 280 White Oak Lane, Winnetka, 111.
Marha Mundell, 7011 Beechwood Drive, Chevy Chase, Md.
Karen Murphy, 46 Drury Lane, Worcester, Mass.
Marcia Murphy, 123-40 83 Ave., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y.
Joan F. Niciolysen, 89 Metropolitan Oval, New York 62, N.Y.
H. Judith Nolan, 110 Hope St., Stamford, Conn.
Susan E. Norton, 5 Sachem Lane, Greenwich, Conn.
Sheila Jo O'Connell, 7211 Honeywell Lane, Bethesda, Md.
Alice M. O'Connor, 110 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass.
Edeen M. O'Connor, 28 Malcolm Rd., Jamaica Plain 30, Mass.
Carol Anne Odenbach, 20 No. Country Club Dr., Rochester, N.Y.
Patricia Ann O'Donnell, 2600 Eccleston St., Silver Spring, Md.
Mary Joyce O'Keefe, 2543 West Morse Ave., Chicago, 111.
Jane L. O'NeU, 53 VUlage HUl Rd., Belmont 78, Mass.
Mary Ellen Palenchar, 904 Edgewood Ave., Trenton, N.J.
Charlene Palladino, 64 Locksley Rd., South Lynnfield, Mass.
Marlene Palladino, 64 Locksley Rd., South Lynnfield, Mass.
Dierdre E. Parker, 365 River St., Forty-Fort, Pa.
Judy Parker. 110 East End Ave., New York, N.Y.
Anne Marie Peckham, 211 Myrtle St., Rockland, Mass.
Susan Pollock, Brook Lane, Hartsdale, N.Y.
Antonia Pompeo, 28 Marlboro St., Newton, Mass.
Sheila Power, 298 Tod Lane, Youngstown, Ohio
Katherine B. Raleigh, 2429 Newbury Drive, Cleveland Hgts., Ohio
Rosemary C. Rapp, 11 Country Life Acres, St. Louis 31, Mo.
Karen C. Reardon, Pinetree Manor, Oswegatchie, Waterford, Conn.
Janet P. Regan, 25 Colonv Ave., Warwick, R.I.
Sally Ann Reuter, 1040 Locust Rd., WUmette, 111.
Barbara H. Richardson, 45 Pondfield Rd.W., BronxvUle, N.Y.
Susan Roy, 39 Bond St., Fall River, Mass.
Susan M. Scheiderbauer, 604 Parker Court. Westminster, Wilmington, Dei.
Jill Schoemer, 551 Riverside Drive, North Tarrytown, N.Y.
Ellen M. Shaughnessy, 66 Newton St., Athol, Mass.
Marjorie Ann Shaw, 87 Chace Ave., Providence, R.I.
Donna Shea, 348 Grampian Blvd., Williamsport, Pa.
Carol Anne Sinnott, 20 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, N.Y.
Barbara Smith, 54 Leonard St., Annisquam, Gloucester, Mass.
Dorothy Carolyn Smith, 10 West Chapel Ridge Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Carol Sorace, 16-77 St., Brooklyn 9, N.Y.
Martha Springer, 45 Abingdon Lane, Scarsdale, N.Y.
Anne G. Staples, 327 Grayson St., Portsmouth, Va.
Margaret Stokes, 1175 Park Ave., New York 28, N.Y.
Karen Stouter, 661 East 18th St., Paterson 1, N.J.
Anne Sullivan, 40 Homesdale Rd., Bronxville, N.Y.
Jean Sullivan, 23 Bristol Rd., Wellesley HUls, Mass.
Judith M. SuUivan, 759 Wooddale Rd., Birmingham, Mich.
Patricia Sullivan, 1118 Mohawk Rd., Wilmette, 111.
Gay Anne Telerico, 77 Maple Ave., Greenwich, Conn.
Mother Jacqueline Therrien, R.C.E., 130 Milton St., Milton 86, Mass.
Patricia Thomas, 1014 Starr Rd., Winnetka, 111.
Barbara J. Thompson, Birch Lane, Greenwich, Conn.
Catherine Urban, 23 Seminole Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Rosemarie Van Eyck, 203 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, N.Y.
Jane K. Verdon, 31 Cortland Place, ClifFside Park, N.J.
Jan Vosburgh, 132 Bayberry Lane, Westport, Conn.
Rosemary Wall, 25 Hotchkiss Place, Torrington, Conn.
Karen Wallace, 26 Brae Burn Rd., Milton, Mass.
Vivian M. Waller, 58 Carthage Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.
Carol A. Walton, 25 Chatham Circle, Wellesley HUls, Mass.
Priscilla Weinlandt, 14 Stuyvesant Oval, New York 9, N.Y.
Ann C. Wilhams, 47 Bond St., Fitchburg, Mass.
Katharine Wilson, 77 Rockland Ave., Yonkers 5, N.Y.
Marsha L. Wilson, 2 Ogden Rd., Claymont, Del.
Katharine Withers, 6625 Bradley Blvd., Bethesda 14, Md.
Mary Rose Zaia, 317 Main St., Oneida, N.Y.
Deanna Zugger, Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CLASS OF 1965
Chlyoko J. Aikawa, 1-799 Kamiosaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Judith C. Aldrich, 2922 LegaUon St., N.W., Washington, D.C.
Rose Aparico, Carrera 20 No. 86A-94, Bogota, Colombia
Jane H. Bacon, 88 Saddle HUl Rd., Stamford, Conn.
Rosemarie T. Barsa, 64 Cove Drive, Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
L Christine Bassett, 34 Campbell St., Quincy, Mass.
Susan J. Bearden, 2169 Tottenham Rd., Birmingham, Mich.
Fehcia Boxmann, 200 West 79 St., New York 24, N.Y.
Shirley E. Brown, 84 Washburn Ave., Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Joyce E. Bryan, 2704 Crest Ave., Cheverly, Md.
Kelley Ann Burg, 4356-34 Ave. So., Minneapohs 6, Minn.
Joan K. Bush, 466 No. Maple Ave., Ridgewood, N.J.
Mary Donnelly Caldwell, 1 So. Pine Ave., Albany 8, N.Y.
Virginia Carmody, 60 Clermont Lane, Ladue 24, Missouri
Christine Cartnick, 86 Third St., Garden City, N.Y.
Susan L. Casey, 148 Stamford Ave., Stamford, Conn.
Donna L. Cianelli, 11 Walnut Rd., Somerville, Mass.
Judith Ann Clune, 70 Ehn St., Milton, Mass.
Barbara Lee Coleman, 68 Chestnut St., So. Dartmouth, Mass.
Marylou Comerford, 237 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton, Mass.
Peggy Conley, 711 Park Drive, Kenilworth, 111.
Sally Conley, 975 Private Rd., Winnetka, 111.
Marcia Ann Crimmins, 265 Park Hill Ave., Yonkers, N.Y.
Maureen H. Crowley. 1516 East Washington Ave., So. Bend 17, Ind.
Nancy Cunnilf, 617 Woodleave Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Catherine P. Dacey, 27 Audubon Rd., Milton, Mass.
Helen R. Desfosses, R.F.D. No. 1, Scarboro, Maine
Jacqueline Anne Desnoes, 5 Caledonia Ave., Kingston 5, Jamaica, W.I.
Ann Marie Donahoe, 844 VaUeyview Rd., Pittsburgh 16, Pa.
Carroll Donahue, 45 Colbert Rd., W. Newton, Mass.
Lynne M. Doran, 8 Hillside Rd., No. Atdeboro, Mass.
Harriet E. Dower, 153 No. Beacon St., Hartford, Conn.
Mary Helen Downes, 152 DeWindt Rd., Winnetka, 111.
Frances M. Doyle, 72 Fairway Rd., Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Priscilla A. Durkin, 5 Felicia Rd., Melrose 76, Mass.
Teresita Dussaq, 326 Marlborough Place, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Marcy Egan, 94 Mary St., Winnetka, 111.
Mary Kenna Elkins, 8305 Kerry Rd., Chevy Chase 15, Md.
Sheila Ewing, Long Neck Point Rd., Noroton, Conn.
Elizabeth J. Farrell, 28 Upyonda Way, Rumford 16, R.I.
Janice Fay, 148 Lindbergh Ave., Needham Heights, Mass.
Catherine P. Fitzgerald, 99 Lincoln Rd., Medford, Mass.
Eileen Fitzsimmons, 242 East 72 St., New York 21, N.Y.
Mary Leigh Fleischner, 24 Sargent Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.
Carol Ann Flynn, 85 Highland Rd., Tiverton, R.I.
Kathleen E. Free, Massasoit Pass, R.D. No. 3, Cumberland, R.I.
Gay Friedmann, 1210 Watson Ave., St. Paul 16, Minn.
Eileen M. Geary, 61 Adamson St., AUston 34, Mass.
Susan Gehrke, 45 No. Deeplands, Crosse Pointe, Mich.
Eileen M. Glynn, 67-52 Springfield Blvd., Bayside, L.L, N.Y.
Mary Goldkamp, 56 Radcliffe Rd., Weston 93, Mass.
Elaine Griffith, 275 Winter St., Weston 93, Mass.
Suzanne K. Griscom, 100 Buena Vista Rd., Fairfield, Conn.
Carole C. Grise, 92 Church St., Ware, Mass.
Marianne L. Hall, 926 Remington Rd., Wynnewood, Pa.
Jane K. Hauserman, 2023 Lyndway Rd., Cleveland 21, Ohio
Ann Heaton, 15 Belvedere, Victorisville, P.Q... (Arthabaska) Canada
Kadileen Anne M. Hetfernan, 39 Range Rd., Dorchester 24, Mass.
Barbara Ann Hewson, 2324 Wilson Ave., Bronx 69, N.Y.
Mary C. Hoogland, Box 222, V.A. Center, Martinsburgh, West Va.
Eugenia Horan, 13428 Conway Rd., St. Louis 41, Mo.
Catherine Howell, 3620 Hill Rd.. Little Rock, Ark.
Evelyn D. Hunt, 4601 Bedford Blvd., Forest Hill Park, Wilmington, Del.
Marilisc Huyot, Drake Hotel, 440 Park Ave.. New York 22, N.Y.
Suzanne Huyot, Drake Hotel, 440 Park Ave., New York 22, N.Y.
Sharon lUoway, 4831 Leland St., Chevy Chase 15, Md.
Victoria M. Kasajja, P.O. Box 2012, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa
Joan Kenary, 31 Woodside Drive, Longmeadow, Mass.
Karen Kinnealey, 396 Canton Ave., Milton 86, Mass.
Isabel Lamy, 9530 Ladue Rd., St. Louis 24, Mo.
Marilyn L. Lennane, 1663 AUerton Ave., New York 69, N.Y.
Barbara L Lorch, 29 Clinton St., Cornwall, N.Y.
Catherine Lugar, 2335 N.W. Flagler Terrace, Miami, Fla.
Constance Lynch, 31 Western Promenade, Cranston 5, R.I.
Kathleen Lynch, 1700 Forest Ave., Wilmette, 111.
Angela L McDonnell, 115 Woodland Drive, Fair Haven, N.J.
Patricia McEvoy, 200 Manhasset Ave., Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Mary McGinn, 4 Thurston St., Riverside, R.I.
Janet M. Mclnerney, 62 Chestnut Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Patricia McKenna, 108 Jackson St., Garden City, N.Y.
Paula McLaughlin, 59 Raven Rd., Lowell, Mass.
Nancy McNiff, 141 Lewis Rd., Belmont 78, Mass.
Elizabeth Maciel, 97 Friendly Rd., Cranston 10, R.I.
Patricia Ann Madden, 123 East 69 St., New York 21, N.Y.
Marilyn C. Mainelli, 15 Valley View Drive, Johnston, R.I.
Nancy M. Mangan, 276 Rugby Rd., Brooklyn 26, N.Y.
Dnda Mason, 840 Wyoming Ave., Elizabeth, N.J.
Elizabeth Ann Meehan, 73 Kenwood Rd., Garden City, N.Y.
Patty-Jane Mikita, 7 Aspen Rd., Scarsdale, N.Y.
Elizabeth Miller, 6605 Radnor Rd., Bethesda 14, Md.
Marguerite Monagan, 146 Pine St., Waterbury, Connecticut
Jane S. Mullowney, 7 Earl Place, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y.
Carol Ann Murphy, 20 Marion Rd., Watertown, Mass.
Anne T. Murray, 48 Richwood St., West Roxbury, Mass.
Frances T. Murray, 27 Apple Street, Lynn, Mass.
Geraldine Murray, 91 Hunnewell Ave., Newton 58, Mass.
Joan Mutty, 20 Old Mystic St., Arlington, Mass.
Sr. Mary Maura Noonan, s.m.s.m., St. Theresa's Convent, Spring Rd., Bedford, Mass.
Patricia R. Noonan, 1515 Mill Hill Terrace, Southport, Conn.
Helen M. O'Brien, 15 Sage Hill Lane, Menands, N.Y.
Dorothy O'Connell, 364 No. Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, N.J.
Annmarie O'Connor, 73 HaUiday St., Roslindale, Mass.
Prudence P. O'Connor, 9 Keene Ave., Larchmont, N.Y.
Virginia A. O'Hara, 68 Brent St., Dorchester 24, Mass.
Lin O'Malley, 614 Earlston Rd., Kenilwordi, 111.
Jane C. Phelan, 88 Summit Rd., Port Washington, N.Y.
Kathleen Philippi, 1209 Stillman Ave., Plainfield, N.J.
Nancy E. Philpott, 50 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Marianne Pizzuto, 433 WolTs Lane, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Lisa Pustorino, 466 Palisade Ave., Yonkers 3, N.Y.
Ellen Quirk, 60 Eliot St., Watertown 72, Mass.
Carolyn Rack, 334 Hamilton Ave., Hewlett, N.Y.
Mary Ratchford, 90 Northfield Ave., Apt. 28A, West Orange, N.J.
Judi Regan, 56 Westland Terrace, Haverhill, Mass.
Sally Ann Rosenthal. 15 Parkwood Rd., Fairfield, Conn.
Barbara Ann Ryan, 15 Victorian Lane, Brookville, N.Y.
Barbara Ann Ryan, 1380 Terrace Drive, Mt. Lebanon, Pa.
Suzanne M. Sattels, 733 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.
Marion Schickel, Ferguson Rd., Dryden, N.Y.
Margaret L. Schmitt, 558 Lynn St., Ridgewood, N.J.
Heather Scott, 20 Denise Terrace, Fairfield, Conn.
Sally Scribncr, 2 Bradley Farms, Chappaqua, N.Y.
Dorothy Sforza, Blind Brook Lane, Greenwich, Conn.
Patricia Slattery, 470 Mt. Stephen Ave., Westmount, P.Q^, Canada
Charlene J. Smith, 330 Walnut St., West Lynn, Mass.
Elaine Solari, 8 Green Terrace, Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Ann M. Sonz, 225 Milispring Rd., Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Sheila D. Sulhvan, 25 Alden Court, Delmar, N.Y.
Barbara Ann Sweeney, 22 Longfellow Rd., Cambridge, Mass.
Mary Taylor, 316 Eastchester Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y.
Suzanne Tenner, 4504 Edina Blvd., Minneapolis 24, Minn.
Sandra M. Thaxter, 36 Bowdoin St., Portland, Maine
Mary Thilman, 1012 Cherokee Rd., Wilmette, 111.
Catherine Thompson, 16619 Maumee Rd., Grosse Pointe 30, Mich.
Elizabeth S. Vaughan, 211 West Elm St., TitusviUe, Pa.
Judith L. Violick, 220 Overlook Ave., Leonia, N.J.
Joan Walsh, 24 Gooch St., Melrose 76, Mass.
Betsy Warren, 365 Russett Rd., Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
Joan Wienk, 4 Jefferson Ave., Bayville, N.Y.
Susan E. Wilson, 435 Oakwood Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo.
Joanne C. Wood, 198 Pawling Ave., Troy, N.Y.
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Sally Albergotti, 2955 Rosalind Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va.
Teresa Ancona, 44 Taymil Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y.
Pauline Arthur, 50 Oak Drive, So. Hadley, Mass.
Margaret Badenhausen, 165 Old Short Hills Rd., Short Hills, N.J.
Valerie Barber, 449 Booth Hill Rd., Trumbull, Conn.
Margaret Barritt, 311 Garfield Place, Brooklyn 15, N.Y.
Anne J. Barry, 30 Trowbridge Ave., Newtonville 60, Mass.
Mary Patricia Baxter, Garner Lane, Bay Shore, L.I., N.Y.
Joyce E. Beck, 22 Lilac Drive, Syosset, L.L, N.Y.
Patricia Anne Bergen, 21142 So. Woodland Rd., Shaker Heights, Ohio
Catherine E. Beyer, 91 Leroy Drive, Riverside 15, R. I.
Jane E. Bianco, 142 Overlook Ave., Great Neck, N.Y.
Jeanne K. Birmingham, 167 Newburg St., West Roxbury, Mass.
Linda J. Black, 2295 A-North Rd., Los Alamos, N.M.
Josephine T. Bogert, 680 West Saddle River Rd., Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J.
Marilyn K. Bohrer, 251 Ivy Place, Ridgewood, N.J.
Bonnie Lou RorUe, 436 So. Willow St., Oneida, N.Y.
Barbara Bowen, 74 West Cedar St., Boston 14, Mass.
Kathleen Anne Brady, 88 Sunningdale Drive, Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Mary Kay Brincko, Forrest Blend Drive, Titusville, N.J.
Katherine Brosnan, 296 Greenwood Ave., Warwick, R.I.
Medora A. Burnett, 76 Park Ave., Natick, Mass.
Celeste M. Burrows, 5 Claire Ave., New Rochelle, N.Y.
Katherine P. Byron, 5 Hofhnan Place, Newport, R.I.
F. Patricia Callahan, 23 Southmere Rd., Mattapan 26, Mass.
Joan Candee, 150 Heights Rd., Ridgewood, N.J.
Susan J. Carrell, 22 Oaks Hunt Rd., Great Neck, N.Y.
Ann-Marie Carroll, 11 East Milton Rd., Brookline 46, Mass.
Karen Regis Carty, 70 Floral Park Blvd., Pawtucket, R.I.
Jane M. Cass, 43 Rockne Ave., Dorchester 24, Mass.
Carolyn Cassin, 1049 Bluff Rd., Glencoe, 111.
Barbara Chernis, 23 Cass Street, Melrose, Mass.
Barbara Diane Childs, Grassy Hill Rd., Old Lyme, Conn.
Dina Cockerill, 49 Beechwood Ave., Manhasset, N.Y.
Amelia L. Comas, 1370 Turnpike Rd., No. Andover, Mass.
Gisela M. Da Conceicao, 24 Rua Da Se. 2nd. fl., Macau, S. China
Mary G. Connorton, 20 Stuyvesant Oval, New York 9, N.Y.
Elizabeth Anne Conti, 802 No. Cherokee Ave., Dothan, Ala.
Mary Ellen Conway, 21 Westland Ave., Rochester, N.Y.
Catherine T. Corbett, 780 Bluff St., Glencoe, III.
Elizabeth R. Cotter, 22 Woodland Rd., Barrington, R.I.
Kathryn T. Cotter, 85 St. Gregory St., Dorchester 24, Mass.
Sharon K. Cuffe, 366 No. Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, N.J.
Michael Curtin, 112 Loring Rd., Weston, Mass.
Marie-Yvette Pauline Dalling, 79 Hardy St., Presque Isle, Maine
Stephanie Danehy, 5318 Bangor Drive, Kensington, Md.
Helen R. deGolian, 958 Nawench Dr., N.W., Adanta 5, Ga.
Julie Ann Derry, 186 Caleb St., Portland, Me.
Karen Deutschmann, 2020 Washington St., Canton, Mass.
Annette E. Dillon, 1175 York Ave., New York 21, N.Y.
Kathleen E. Doherty, 44 Kenwood St., Dorchester 24, Mass.
Mary Clarissa Donahue, 12 Benton Rd., Somerville 43, Mass.
Maryellen Donahue, 6 Sheraton Park, Arlington 74, Mass.
Annette M. Dougherty, 301 W. Springfield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
Phyllis M. Duffy, 187 Old Short Hills Rd.. Short Hills, N.J.
Sr, Mary Regina Dolores Dummer, s.m.s.m., St. Theresa's Convent Spring Rd.,
Susan E. Duston, 83 Main St., Concord, Mass.
Maureen F. Dwyer, 491 Wilmot Rd., New Rochelle, N.Y.
Sr. Mary Jean Clare Eason, M.M.M., One Arlington St., Winchester, Mass.
Constance Farrell, 28 Upyonda Way, Rumford 16, R.I.
Dorothy M. Feeney, 115 Woodard Rd., West Roxbury, Mass.
Josephine E. Fitzgerald, 83 Long Ridge Rd., Plandome, L.I., N.Y.
Marilyn F. Flynn, 516 Worcester St., Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Patricia B. Foley, 151 Neshobe Rd., Wahan 68, Mass.
Lucille C. Fortin, 227 Springfield St., Springfield, Mass.
Cristina Maria Frias, Mclvern 173, Dpt. 73, Santiago, Chile
Marjorie Friday, 5475 Darlington Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Margaret M. Frisbee, 61 Washburn Ave., Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Evelyn Fu, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Taipei, Taiwan
Janice N. Gallagher, 594 Washington St., Brookline, Mass.
Jean Gallico, 107 CoUingwood Place, Ridgewood, N.J.
Mary Ann Galway, 635 Doremus Ave., Glen Rock, N.J.
Louise Gerrity, Jaffrey Rd., Malvern, Pa.
Linda T. Giarraputo, 78 Harrison St., Garden City, N.Y.
Elizabeth C. Gundlach, 23 Ampthill Rd., Richmond 26, Va.
Dorothy Anne Haigney, 37 Larchmont Ave., LarchmonI, N.Y.
Maureen P. Harnisch, 71 Poland Manor, Poland 14, Ohio
Elaine M. Hartnett, 64 Arlington St., Hyde Park, Mass.
Nicole Y. Hatoun, 18 Hassan Pacha Assem, Zamalek, Cairo, Egypt
Doris Heller, 284 So. Columbus Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
Betsy E. Hemenway, 71 Round Hill Drive, Fairfield, Conn.
Carol Hibbert, 606 No. Galloway St., Xenia, Ohio
Ann Hickey, 8054 Glendale Rd., Chevy Chase, Md.
Karen Hilton, Fox RidgeRd., Armonk, New York
Margaret Hirsh, 204 Homer St., Newton Centre 59, Mass.
Mary-Elizabeth Hussey, 70 Park St., Hudson, Mass.
Kadileen E. Hyland, 30 Whittier Rd., Medford 55, Mass.
Mary Ann Kane, 4310-13th Place, N.E., Washington 17, D.C.
Marie J. Kanski, 140 Oak St., Indian Orchard, Mass.
Sheila Ann Kelleher, Stu. Det., USAWC, Cariisle Barracks, Pa.
Carolyn Kelley, 89 Van Ness Rd., Belmont 78, Mass.
Mary Louise Kelly, 406 Parkview Dr., Wynnewood, Pa.
Valerie B. Kelly, Muttontown Rd., Syosset, N.Y.
Ann Marie Kennedy, 21 Hereford Rd., Marblehead, Mass.
Susan Korzeneski, 188 Sprague St., Portsmouth, R.I.
Marjorie Kramer, 13 St. James St. No., Garden City, N.Y'.
Joyce J. LaFazia, 6 Glen Ridge Rd., Cranston 10, R.I.
Karen J. Lally, 10 Realton Rd.. West Roxbury, Mass.
Sr. Mary Ruthanne Lancaster, s.m.s.m., St. Theresa's Convent, Spring Rd.,
Carole M. Langan, 42 Burroughs St., Jamaica Plain, Mass.
Diane E. Lapolla, 55 Forbes St., Providence 8, R.I.
Susan R. Larkin, 10 Holder Place, Forest Hills 75, N.Y.
Gail Lavin, 799 Brook Rd., Milton 86, Mass.
Betty Ann Law, 550 Manatuck Boulevard, Brightwaters, L.I., N.Y.
Sr. Mary Stephen Julie Lawlor, M.M.M., One Arlington St., Winchester, Mass.
Jane Lenehan, 49 Rosedale Rd., West Hartford, Conn.
Denise Lennane, 1250 Audubon Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Joan C. Litchman, 850 Canterbury St., Roslindale 31, Mass.
Constance C. Lopez, 408 Hunt Lane, Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Isabel Luque Calero, Maracaibo y Arguelles 200, P.O. Box 5103, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Caroline C. McCabe, Rte. 124, R>.D. 1, Brewster, N.Y.
Anne C. McCarthy, 143 Catlin Ave., Rumford 16, R.I.
Mary Johanna McCarthy, Box 31, Main St. Newton, N.H.
Judith McCluskey, 58 Old Mystic St., Arlington, Mass.
Ellen L. McElroy, 146 Watson Rd., Belmont, Mass.
Martha McGuinness, 14 Lafayette St., Quincy 69, Mass.
Sheila Ann Mclntire, 15 Elmwood Rd., Marblehead, Mass.
Carol Anne McKeon, Willow Ave., No. Hampton, N.H.
Constance McLaughlin, 288 Bellevue St., West Roxbury, Mass.
Cheryl Ann McLellan, 26 Melba Way, Washington Township, Westwood P.O., N.J.
Elise McMahon, 165 Santa Fe Ave., Hamden 17, Conn.
Joan E. McRedmond, 18 Hearthstone Court, Stamford, Conn.
Patricia Lee McWilUams, 5001 Sedgwick St., Washington 16, D.C.
Lynn Anne Macintosh, 12 Mill Spring Rd., Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Mary Jane Madden, 100 Indian Head Rd.. Framingham. Mass.
Kathleen Mahon, 2 Randall Drive, Short HUls, N.J.
Eileen Patricia Mahoney, Cranberry Lane, Dover, Mass.
Susan Marion, One Stark St., Nashua, N.H.
M. Louise Mazyck, 28 Central Rd., Somerville 43, Mass.
Jane R. Mellen, 36 High St., Charlestown, Mass.
Sharon Anne Missey, 12047 Conway Rd., St. Louis 31, Mo.
Margaret P. Moore, 1070 Nine Acres Lane, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Roslin P. Moore, 59 Wellington Rd., Garden City, N.Y.
Judith E. Mullen, 52 Fourth St., Providence 6, R.I.
Jean Murray, 115 Adams Place, Delmar, N.Y.
Therese Myers, 1601 Fawcett Ave., McKeesport, Pa.
Mary M. Naphin, 210 Broadway, Wilmette, Illinois
Vita M. Neureither, 5807 Greentree Rd., Bethesda 14, Md.
Marguerite J. Nolan, 228 Bellevue St., West Roxbury 32, Mass.
Dorothy M. Norton, 75 Rhinecliff Drive, Rochester, N.Y.
Elizabeth Dee O'Brien, 21 West Hannum Blvd., Saginaw, Mich.
Margaret C. O'Brien, 630 No. Caroline Ave., S.E., Washington, D.C.
Margaret Paddock, 1100 Madison Ave., New York 28, N.Y.
Donna Maria Padula, 129 Irvington Ave., Waterbury, Conn.
Nancy Parkhurst, 341 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, Mass.
Mary Ann Pasquale, 147 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass.
Marcia Ann Peckham, 27 Farm Rd., Sherborn, Mass.
M. Patricia Pelzold, 861 Edgemont Park, Crosse Pointe 30, Mich.
Louise Pizzuto. 433 Woirs Lane, Pelham Manor, N.Y.
Nancy P. Poor, 58 Third St., Garden City, N.Y.
Maria Anne Porter, 56 Stonehedge Dr. So., Greenwich, Conn.
Sandra J. Puerini, 202 Bretton Woods Drive, Cranston, R.I.
Rita Grace Quinn, 12 Webster St., Winchester, Mass.
Elizabeth Ann Rodger, 49 Wachusett St., Boston 30, Mass.
Gretchen M. Rohner, 36 Waterford Lane, Stamford, Conn.
Martha M. Roughan, 22 Summit St., Lowell, Mass.
Mary Elrick Ryan, 170 Ocean Ave., Woodmere, N.Y.
Patricia A. Ryan, 149 Whistler Rd., Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Janice M. Sacco, 165 High St., Medford 55, Mass.
Mary Jean Sawyers, 32-19 159 St., Flushing 58, N.Y.
Judidi Anne Schneider, 70 East Gate, Manhasset, L.I., N.Y.
Beth Scully, 923 Fisher Lane, Winnetka, 111.
Mary Elaine Shachoy, 660 Cohannet St., Taunton, Mass.
Ann G. Silber, 106 Salisbury Rd., Brookline 46, Mass.
Margaret Mary Silvestre, 11 Wamsutta Rd., Somerset, Mass.
Leigh A. Slattery, 284 Miantonomo Dr., Warwick, R.I.
Karen Sommer, 454 West Clapier St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Katherine Steinback, 308 Kennedy Rd., Windsor, Conn.
Janet Stone, 56 Marion Rd., Watertown 72, Mass.
Annemarie Sweeney, 71 Beckwith St., New London, Conn.
Joyce M. Tassinari, 18 Sharon Rd., Melrose 76, Mass.
Estefania Villalba, 137 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass.
Mary Lou Wachsmith, 129 East 82 St., New York 28, N.Y.
Eugenie Webb, U.S. AID Mission, c/o American Embassy, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Joan Wegman, 760 Long Pond Rd., Rochester 12, N.Y.
Loyola Welsh, 460 Stratford Rd., Stratford, Conn.
Mary Elizabeth Wolf, 23 Marion Rd., Upper Montclair, N.J.
Lana Yung, Rua Hespanha 126, Jardim Europa, Sao Paulo, Brasil
Danuta Zachariasiewicz, 525 West 238 St., New York 63, N.Y.
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